Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Northern Indiana

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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Northern Indiana
434 PM EDT Sun Apr 2 2017 /334 PM CDT Sun Apr 2 2017/

...Heavy Rainfall and Additional Flooding Possible This Week...

Rainfall amounts Monday through Thursday are expected to be 1 to
3 inches with locally higher amounts possible. The heaviest rain
will fall on Monday afternoon and night, and Wednesday as two
strong low pressure systems move through the area. Some rivers in
the area are already above flood stage or at high levels. Heavy
rainfall this week could lead to renewed rises on rivers with
additional and more substantial flooding possible. Ground
conditions are quite wet across much of the area so heavy rain
could also lead to flooding of low lying areas. People in the
area, especially those who live or frequently travel near rivers
or other flood prone areas, should monitor the latest forecasts
this week for possible flood watches and warnings from the
National Weather Service.

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