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Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC045-121-157-165-171-250210-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0226.170624T0808Z-170627T0112Z/
/LAFI3.1.ER.170624T0808Z.170625T0600Z.170626T1312Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Lafayette.
* from late tonight to Monday evening.
* At 9:30 PM Friday the stage was 9.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 11.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by early tomorrow and continue to
  rise to near 13.9 feet by early Sunday morning.  The river will
  fall below flood stage by late Monday morning.
* At 14.0 feet...Lowland flooding is in progress.  High water affects
  river cabins near North 9th Street.  Low county roads are nearly
  impassable.  Tapawingo Park in West Lafayette begins to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 4054 8670 4040 8688 4033 8709 4040 8709
      4048 8688 4056 8673

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC045-121-165-171-250210-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0227.170626T0218Z-170627T1400Z/
/CVGI3.1.ER.170626T0218Z.170626T1200Z.170627T0200Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Covington.
* from Sunday evening to Tuesday morning.
* At 9:45 PM Friday the stage was 10.1 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by Sunday before midnight and
  continue to rise to near 16.6 feet by Monday morning.  The river
  will fall below flood stage by Monday before midnight.
* At 16.0 feet...Low agricultural lands begin to flood.  Backyard
  flooding of cottages on right bank starts a short distance upstream
  of gage.  Critical stage of Young-Neal Levee is reached.

&&

LAT...LON 4033 8709 4017 8737 3997 8739 3997 8745
      4020 8747 4040 8709

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC121-165-167-250210-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0228.170626T2000Z-170627T2100Z/
/MTZI3.1.ER.170626T2000Z.170627T0000Z.170627T0900Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Montezuma.
* from Monday afternoon to Tuesday afternoon.
* At 9:45 PM Friday the stage was 9.9 feet.
* Flood stage is 14.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by Monday afternoon and continue
  to rise to near 14.2 feet by Monday evening.  The river will fall
  below flood stage by Tuesday morning.
* At 14.0 feet...Several hundred acres of bottomlands along the right
  bank from the mouth of Sugar Creek to northern edge of Montezuma
  begin to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3997 8739 3986 8734 3977 8736 3977 8740
      3985 8741 3997 8745

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC015-250210-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0232.170624T0500Z-170625T1105Z/
/DCDI3.1.ER.170624T0500Z.170624T1600Z.170625T0505Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Deer Creek near Delphi.
* until Sunday morning.
* At 9:30 PM Friday the stage was 10.4 feet.
* Flood stage is 11.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by after midnight tomorrow and
  continue to rise to near 11.7 feet by tomorrow early afternoon.
  The river will fall below flood stage by early Sunday morning.
* At 12.0 feet...Delphi parks flooded extensively.

&&

LAT...LON 4060 8651 4058 8663 4056 8668 4057 8670
      4060 8668 4061 8651

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC105-109-119-250210-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0237.170624T1659Z-170627T0600Z/
/CENI3.1.ER.170624T1659Z.170625T0600Z.170626T1800Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River below Eagle Valley Power Plant.
* from Saturday afternoon to late Monday night.
* Flood stage is 603.0 feet.
* Forecast...The river is forecast to have a maximum value of 603.3
  feet early Sunday morning.
* At 603.5 feet...Blue Bluff Road just north of Blue Bluff Bridge has
  about six inches of water on it.

&&

LAT...LON 3949 8638 3938 8648 3934 8665 3936 8666
      3951 8642 3950 8638

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers
and creek in Indiana...

  Deer Creek...East Fork White River...Mississinewa River...
  Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White River...



.Lowland flooding is beginning along the White River in the vicinity
of Anderson, Indiana in central Indiana as of Friday evening and will
be developing at points downstream in the Indianapolis area as we
head through the weekend and into the new work week. Additional flood
warnings may become necessary further downstream.

Significant flooding is not expected. Flooding will affect
parks, campgrounds, agricultural land, and some local and state
roads.

Radar estimates indicate rainfall of up to about 3 inches
fell in portions of central Indiana, with some isolated
higher amounts. The heaviest rainfall fell along a southwest to
northeast swath from near Greencastle in Putnam County to Fishers in
Hamilton County to Muncie and Ridgeville in Delaware and Randolph
counties respectively.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.



INC105-109-119-250210-
/O.CON.KIND.FL.W.0236.170624T2300Z-170627T0300Z/
/CNTI3.1.ER.170624T2300Z.170625T1200Z.170626T1500Z.NO/
1011 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River near Centerton.
* from Saturday evening to Monday evening.
* At 9:00 PM Friday the stage was 8.5 feet.
* Flood stage is 12.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...Rise above flood stage by tomorrow evening and continue
  to rise to near 12.3 feet by Sunday morning.  The river will fall
  below flood stage by late Monday morning.
* At 12.4 feet...Road just north of Blue Bluff Bridge has about six
  inches of water on it.

&&

LAT...LON 3955 8626 3951 8632 3949 8638 3950 8638
      3952 8633 3956 8629

$$


Beach Hazards Statement


LAKESHORE HAZARD MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTHERN INDIANA
1046 PM EDT FRI JUN 23 2017

INZ003-MIZ077-241100-
/O.NEW.KIWX.BH.S.0004.170624T1000Z-170626T0000Z/
LA PORTE-BERRIEN-
1046 PM EDT FRI JUN 23 2017 /946 PM CDT FRI JUN 23 2017/

...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM EDT /5 AM CDT/
SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTHERN INDIANA HAS ISSUED A
BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT FOR EXPECTED DANGEROUS SWIMMING
CONDITIONS, WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 6 AM EDT /5 AM CDT/ SATURDAY
THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING.

* HIGH WAVE ACTION AND DANGEROUS SWIMMING CONDITIONS EXPECTED...

* STRONG RIP CURRENTS EXPECTED...

* STRONG STRUCTURAL CURRENTS EXPECTED...

* OVERVIEW/POTENTIAL IMPACTS... WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS OF 15 TO
  25 MPH ARE EXPECTED MUCH OF THE WEEKEND. THIS WILL RESULT IN 3
  TO 5 FOOT WAVES ALONG THE SHORELINE RESULTING IN DANGEROUS
  SWIMMING CONDITIONS.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

LIFE THREATENING WAVES AND CURRENTS ARE EXPECTED AT THE BEACHES.
PEOPLE VISITING THE BEACHES SHOULD STAY OUT OF THE WATER.

RIP CURRENTS ARE POWERFUL CHANNELS OF WATER FLOWING QUICKLY AWAY
FROM THE SHORE...WHICH OCCUR MOST OFTEN AT LOW SPOTS OR BREAKS IN
SANDBARS. RIP CURRENTS CAN SWEEP YOU INTO DEEPER WATER.

STRUCTURAL CURRENTS FORM ALONG PIERS WHERE LONGSHORE CURRENTS AND
WAVE ACTION FLOW INTO THE STRUCTURE. STRUCTURAL CURRENTS CAN
SWEEP YOU OUT INTO DEEPER WATER ALONG THE PIER STRUCTURE.

&&

$$


Hazardous Weather Outlook


Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Louisville KY
126 AM EDT Sat Jun 24 2017

INZ076>079-083-084-089>092-KYZ023>043-045>049-053>057-061>067-
070>078-081-082-250530-
Orange-Washington-Scott-Jefferson-Dubois-Crawford-Perry-Harrison-
Floyd-Clark-Hancock-Breckinridge-Meade-Ohio-Grayson-Hardin-Bullitt-
Oldham-Trimble-Henry-Shelby-Franklin-Spencer-Anderson-Woodford-
Fayette-Bourbon-Nicholas-Nelson-Mercer-Jessamine-Larue-Marion-Boyle-
Garrard-Madison-Butler-Edmonson-Hart-Green-Taylor-Casey-Lincoln-
Logan-Warren-Simpson-Allen-Barren-Monroe-Metcalfe-Adair-Russell-
Cumberland-Clinton-
Including the cities of Paoli, Salem, Scottsburg, Madison, Jasper,
English, Tell City, Corydon, New Albany, Jeffersonville, Lewisport,
Hawesville, Hardinsburg, Brandenburg, Hartford, Leitchfield,
Elizabethtown, Shepherdsville, Louisville, La Grange, Bedford,
Milton, New Castle, Shelbyville, Frankfort, Georgetown, Cynthiana,
Taylorsville, Lawrenceburg, Versailles, Lexington, Paris, Carlisle,
Bardstown, Springfield, Harrodsburg, Nicholasville, Winchester,
Hodgenville, Lebanon, Danville, Lancaster, Richmond, Morgantown,
Brownsville, Horse Cave, Greensburg, Campbellsville, Liberty,
Stanford, Russellville, Bowling Green, Franklin, Providence,
Scottsville, Glasgow, Tompkinsville, Edmonton, Columbia, Jamestown,
Burkesville, and Albany
126 AM EDT Sat Jun 24 2017 /1226 AM CDT Sat Jun 24 2017/

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of south central
Indiana and Central Kentucky.

.DAY ONE...Today.

Area creeks and streams will continue to run high or remain in flood
this morning as excessive runoff from yesterday`s rainfall
continues.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Sunday through Friday.

No hazardous weather is expected at this time.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.

&&

More information, along with other weather, hydrological and
climate information can be found, at weather.gov/louisville.

$$

DM

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Northern Indiana
808 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

INZ003-MIZ077-250015-
La Porte-Berrien-
808 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017 /708 PM CDT Fri Jun 23 2017/

This hazardous weather outlook is for portions of southwest Michigan
and northern Indiana.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

High waves and rip currents are expected to cause hazardous swimming
conditions at Lake Michigan beaches late tonight.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday

High waves and rip currents are expected to cause hazardous swimming
conditions at Lake Michigan beaches for much of the upcoming weekend
into Monday.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not anticipated at this time.

&&

Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio for further details or updates...or
check our web site at weather.gov/iwx

$$

Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
509 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

INZ021-028>031-035>049-051>057-060>065-067>072-241000-
Carroll-Warren-Tippecanoe-Clinton-Howard-Fountain-Montgomery-Boone-
Tipton-Hamilton-Madison-Delaware-Randolph-Vermillion-Parke-Putnam-
Hendricks-Marion-Hancock-Henry-Vigo-Clay-Owen-Morgan-Johnson-Shelby-
Rush-Sullivan-Greene-Monroe-Brown-Bartholomew-Decatur-Knox-Daviess-
Martin-Lawrence-Jackson-Jennings-
Including the cities of Lafayette, Frankfort, Kokomo,
Crawfordsville, Anderson, Muncie, Indianapolis, Terre Haute,
Shelbyville, Bloomington, Columbus, Vincennes, Bedford, and Seymour
509 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

This hazardous weather outlook is for central Indiana.

.DAY ONE...Tonight.

Outlook: The showers and thunderstorms will be ending from northwest
to southeast this evening. A few storms may contain heavy
rain, flooding, gusty winds, small hail and cloud to ground
lightning.


Hazards: Heavy rain, flooding, gusty winds, small hail and cloud to
ground lightning.

Timing: This afternoon and evening.

Discussion: A cold front will move southeast of central Indiana
this evening. This will put an end to the showers and thunderstorms.
Areal flooding will continue over parts of central Indiana through
much of the evening.


.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday.

Outlook: Cooler and mostly dry weather will occur this weekend
through the middle of next week. Some areas could see a slight chance
of showers Monday and Monday evening. There will be a chance of
thunderstorms all areas by Thursday. It is too early to tell whether
any of these will be severe.

Discussion: An upper trough will dig into the great lakes this
weekend as high pressure over the northern and central plains builds
east into the Ohio valley.

A warmer and unstable air mass will return after the middle of next
week resulting in a chance of thunderstorms by Thursday.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not anticipated.

&&

More information, along with other weather, hydrological and climate
information can be found at http://weather.gov/ind

$$

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Lincoln IL
327 PM CDT Fri Jun 23 2017

ILZ071>073-241100-
Clay-Lawrence-Richland-
327 PM CDT Fri Jun 23 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of southeast
Illinois.

.DAY ONE...TONIGHT...

Scattered thunderstorms can be expected in parts of southeast
Illinois early this evening...mainly from Louisville to
Lawrenceville and locations south. Severe storms are not
anticipated, but heavy rainfall and frequent lightning are likely
with the stronger storms.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SATURDAY THROUGH THURSDAY...

The next chance for thunderstorms can be expected Thursday.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not anticipated through tonight.

$$

Miller

U.S. Dept. of Commerce
NOAA National Weather Service
1325 East West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
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