Flood Potential Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Northern Indiana
303 PM EST Mon Feb 26 2018 /203 PM CST Mon Feb 26 2018/

...Additional rainfall expected Wednesday Night into Thursday...

Rain is expected across the region starting Wednesday night and
persisting into Thursday. Basin rainfall amounts are expected to
average from 0.5 to 0.75 inches in the Upper Wabash basin to as
much as an inch across the Maumee, St Joseph and Kanakaee basins.
However, the potential exists for some areas to see upwards of
1.5 to 2 inches. With the ground still saturated and many rivers
well above flood stage, additional impacts are expected regardless
of the amount of rain. The exact impacts, though, will be highly
dependent on how much rain falls and in what basins.

If you live along streams and rivers or in any flood prone area,
remain alert to this flooding potential over the next week.
Listen to NOAA Weather All Hazards Radio or other sources for the
latest forecast information.

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