Severe Weather Alerts

Last Updated: 10:25 PM

Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Carroll; Pulaski; White

NWS NorthernIndiana (Northern Indiana and Northeastern Ohio)

...The Flood Warning is cancelled for the following rivers... Wabash River near Bluffton affecting Wells County ...The Flood Warning has been extended for the following rivers... Tippecanoe River above Winamac affecting Carroll...Pulaski and White Counties Kankakee River at Davis affecting La Porte...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Yellow River at Plymouth affecting Marshall...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Yellow River at Knox affecting Marshall...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Maumee River at Fort Wayne affecting Allen and Paulding Counties Maumee River near Defiance affecting Defiance and Henry Counties Saint Joseph River Ohio below Montpelier affecting Williams County Saint Joseph River Ohio above Newville affecting Allen...De Kalb and Defiance Counties Saint Joseph River Ohio near St. Joe River Ft. Wayne affecting Allen County Saint Marys River near Decatur affecting Adams...Allen and Van Wert Counties Tiffin River near Stryker affecting Defiance...Fulton and Williams Counties Elkhart River at Goshen affecting Elkhart and Noble Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at South Bend affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Berrien Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Niles affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Berrien Counties ...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers... Tippecanoe River near Ora affecting Fulton...Kosciusko... Marshall...Pulaski and Starke Counties Tippecanoe River at Norway Dam affecting Carroll and White Counties North Branch Elkhart River at Cosperville affecting Noble County Saint Joseph River Michigan at Three Rivers affecting Elkhart... Branch and St. Joseph Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Mottville affecting Elkhart...Cass and St. Joseph Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Elkhart affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Cass Counties .River levels will continue to recede in the coming days. The Flood Warning has been extended for The Tippecanoe River above Winamac

* until Saturday afternoon.

* At 9 PM Sunday the stage was 13.9 feet and falling.

* Major flooding is occurring and Major flooding is forecast.

* Flood stage is 10.0 feet.

* Forecast...The river will fall below the 10.0 foot flood stage around 1 PM Friday March 2.

* At 13.0 feet...Major flooding is in progress.

* This crest compares to a previous crest of 13.6 feet which occurred on Jan 16 2005. &&

Never drive vehicles through flooded areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio or local media for further statements and updated forecasts. Detailed river forecasts and more information can be found on the internet at www.weather.gov/iwx under Rivers and Lakes. All times are in Eastern Time. This statement will be updated in about 24 hours or sooner if necessary.


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Carroll; Tippecanoe; White

NWS Indianapolis (Central Indiana)

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers and creeks in Indiana... Big Blue River...Buck Creek...Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Eel River...Flatrock River...Mill Creek...Mississinewa River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar Creek...Tippecanoe River...Wabash River...White River...Youngs Creek... .Extensive river flooding continues across central and southern Indiana and will continue through much of the week. Major or near major flooding is possible in some areas of southern Indiana along the Wabash River. Flooding may exceed levels seen in early May 2017 by 1 to 2 feet in some areas. River levels along the White River are expected to reach the moderate flood stage from Elliston southward. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches fell in the NWS Indianapolis area of responsibility over the past seven days ending at 7 AM this Sunday morning. The state as a whole over the same period has seen as much as eight plus inches of rainfall, predominately in far southern Indiana. Rainfall over the state is 2 to 6 plus inches above normal. As of Sunday evening, the crest along the Wabash River was near Clinton. River levels along the White River were rising at nearly all locations from Anderson southward. High water will close numerous state and local roads and possibly affect residential areas. Flooding is expected to last into at least the second week of March along the lower reaches of the Wabash and White Rivers. Dry weather is in store today and Monday followed by chances for light rain Wednesday morning through Thursday night. 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. The Flood Warning continues for The Tippecanoe River AT Oakdale Dam at Lake Freeman near Yeoman.

* At 9:25 PM Sunday the flow was 13540 cfs.

* Flood flow is 13000 cfs.

* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.

* At 13000 cfs...Extensive lowland flooding with flows between 13,000 and 18,000 cubic feet per second. Water at dangerous levels with a few evacuations and minimal property damage. Some local river roads begin to flood. &&


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Carroll; Tippecanoe; White

NWS Indianapolis (Central Indiana)

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers and creeks in Indiana... Big Blue River...Buck Creek...Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Eel River...Flatrock River...Mill Creek...Mississinewa River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar Creek...Tippecanoe River...Wabash River...White River...Youngs Creek... .Extensive river flooding continues across central and southern Indiana and will continue through much of the week. Major or near major flooding is possible in some areas of southern Indiana along the Wabash River. Flooding may exceed levels seen in early May 2017 by 1 to 2 feet in some areas. River levels along the White River are expected to reach the moderate flood stage from Elliston southward. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches fell in the NWS Indianapolis area of responsibility over the past seven days ending at 7 AM this Sunday morning. The state as a whole over the same period has seen as much as eight plus inches of rainfall, predominately in far southern Indiana. Rainfall over the state is 2 to 6 plus inches above normal. As of Sunday evening, the crest along the Wabash River was near Clinton. River levels along the White River were rising at nearly all locations from Anderson southward. High water will close numerous state and local roads and possibly affect residential areas. Flooding is expected to last into at least the second week of March along the lower reaches of the Wabash and White Rivers. Dry weather is in store today and Monday followed by chances for light rain Wednesday morning through Thursday night. 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. The Flood Warning continues for The Tippecanoe River near Delphi.

* until Wednesday afternoon.

* At 8:45 PM Sunday the stage was 10.1 feet.

* Flood stage is 8.0 feet.

* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.

* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by late Wednesday morning.

* At 10.5 feet...Extensive lowland flooding in progress. Additional local roads begin to flood. Water levels becoming dangerous as property damage may begin and a few evacuations may be necessary. &&


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Carroll; White

NWS NorthernIndiana (Northern Indiana and Northeastern Ohio)

...The Flood Warning is cancelled for the following rivers... Wabash River near Bluffton affecting Wells County ...The Flood Warning has been extended for the following rivers... Tippecanoe River above Winamac affecting Carroll...Pulaski and White Counties Kankakee River at Davis affecting La Porte...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Yellow River at Plymouth affecting Marshall...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Yellow River at Knox affecting Marshall...Starke and St. Joseph Counties Maumee River at Fort Wayne affecting Allen and Paulding Counties Maumee River near Defiance affecting Defiance and Henry Counties Saint Joseph River Ohio below Montpelier affecting Williams County Saint Joseph River Ohio above Newville affecting Allen...De Kalb and Defiance Counties Saint Joseph River Ohio near St. Joe River Ft. Wayne affecting Allen County Saint Marys River near Decatur affecting Adams...Allen and Van Wert Counties Tiffin River near Stryker affecting Defiance...Fulton and Williams Counties Elkhart River at Goshen affecting Elkhart and Noble Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at South Bend affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Berrien Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Niles affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Berrien Counties ...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers... Tippecanoe River near Ora affecting Fulton...Kosciusko... Marshall...Pulaski and Starke Counties Tippecanoe River at Norway Dam affecting Carroll and White Counties North Branch Elkhart River at Cosperville affecting Noble County Saint Joseph River Michigan at Three Rivers affecting Elkhart... Branch and St. Joseph Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Mottville affecting Elkhart...Cass and St. Joseph Counties Saint Joseph River Michigan at Elkhart affecting Elkhart...St. Joseph and Cass Counties .River levels will continue to recede in the coming days. The Flood Warning continues for The Tippecanoe River at Norway Dam

* until further notice.

* At 9 PM Sunday the flow was 13750 cfs and rising.

* Flood stage is 13.0 feet. &&

Never drive vehicles through flooded areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio or local media for further statements and updated forecasts. Detailed river forecasts and more information can be found on the internet at www.weather.gov/iwx under Rivers and Lakes. All times are in Eastern Time. This statement will be updated in about 24 hours or sooner if necessary.


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Fountain; Parke; Tippecanoe; Vermillion; Warren

NWS Indianapolis (Central Indiana)

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers and creeks in Indiana... Big Blue River...Buck Creek...Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Eel River...Flatrock River...Mill Creek...Mississinewa River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar Creek...Tippecanoe River...Wabash River...White River...Youngs Creek... .Extensive river flooding continues across central and southern Indiana and will continue through much of the week. Major or near major flooding is possible in some areas of southern Indiana along the Wabash River. Flooding may exceed levels seen in early May 2017 by 1 to 2 feet in some areas. River levels along the White River are expected to reach the moderate flood stage from Elliston southward. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches fell in the NWS Indianapolis area of responsibility over the past seven days ending at 7 AM this Sunday morning. The state as a whole over the same period has seen as much as eight plus inches of rainfall, predominately in far southern Indiana. Rainfall over the state is 2 to 6 plus inches above normal. As of Sunday evening, the crest along the Wabash River was near Clinton. River levels along the White River were rising at nearly all locations from Anderson southward. High water will close numerous state and local roads and possibly affect residential areas. Flooding is expected to last into at least the second week of March along the lower reaches of the Wabash and White Rivers. Dry weather is in store today and Monday followed by chances for light rain Wednesday morning through Thursday night. 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. The Flood Warning continues for The Wabash River at Lafayette.

* until further notice.

* At 9:31 PM Sunday the stage was 18.4 feet.

* Flood stage is 11.0 feet.

* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.

* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to a stage of 16.6 feet by Tuesday morning.

* At 18.0 feet...Extensive flooding covers many acres of agricultural land. State Road 225 closed by high water. Granville Bridge Public Access Site flooded. Tippecanoe CR 950 W south of CR 75 S floods in several places from the Wabash Bottoms, Janssen Tract to Warren CR 350 N in the Black Rock Preserve Area, a distance of nearly 1.5 miles. High water affects Fort Ouiatenon area. All parks in the West Lafayette and Lafayette areas are flooded. High water almost on North River Road. &&


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Fountain; Parke; Vermillion; Warren

NWS Indianapolis (Central Indiana)

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following rivers and creeks in Indiana... Big Blue River...Buck Creek...Driftwood River...East Fork White River...Eel River...Flatrock River...Mill Creek...Mississinewa River...Muscatatuck River...Sugar Creek...Tippecanoe River...Wabash River...White River...Youngs Creek... .Extensive river flooding continues across central and southern Indiana and will continue through much of the week. Major or near major flooding is possible in some areas of southern Indiana along the Wabash River. Flooding may exceed levels seen in early May 2017 by 1 to 2 feet in some areas. River levels along the White River are expected to reach the moderate flood stage from Elliston southward. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches fell in the NWS Indianapolis area of responsibility over the past seven days ending at 7 AM this Sunday morning. The state as a whole over the same period has seen as much as eight plus inches of rainfall, predominately in far southern Indiana. Rainfall over the state is 2 to 6 plus inches above normal. As of Sunday evening, the crest along the Wabash River was near Clinton. River levels along the White River were rising at nearly all locations from Anderson southward. High water will close numerous state and local roads and possibly affect residential areas. Flooding is expected to last into at least the second week of March along the lower reaches of the Wabash and White Rivers. Dry weather is in store today and Monday followed by chances for light rain Wednesday morning through Thursday night. 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. The Flood Warning continues for The Wabash River at Covington.

* until Saturday evening.

* At 8:45 PM Sunday the stage was 24.9 feet.

* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.

* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.

* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by Saturday morning.

* At 25.0 feet...Many local roads are impassable. High water backs up into Mud Run, cutting off some county roads just northwest of Covington. North Sandhill Road begins to flood from Mallory Branch. Mud Creek extensively floods W CR 260 N and Sandhill Road by backwater from the Wabash River. &&


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Jasper

NWS Chicago (Northeastern Illinois and Northwestern Indiana)

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Indiana... Illinois... Iroquois River at Rensselaer affecting Jasper County Iroquois River near Foresman affecting Newton County Iroquois River at Iroquois affecting Iroquois County Iroquois River near Chebanse affecting Iroquois and Kankakee Counties The Flood Warning continues for The Iroquois River at Rensselaer.

* until Wednesday afternoon.

* At 630 PM Sunday the stage was 14.9 feet.

* Flood stage is 12.0 feet.

* Moderate flooding is occurring and will continue.

* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by Wednesday morning.

* Impact...At 15.0 feet...Flooding of some city streets. &&

Safety message...If you encounter a flooded roadway...turn around and find an alternate route.


Flood Warning

Areas Affected: Jasper; Porter

NWS Chicago (Northeastern Illinois and Northwestern Indiana)

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Illinois... Kankakee River at Momence affecting Kankakee County Kankakee River near Wilmington affecting Grundy and Will Counties ...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in Indiana... Kankakee River at Dunns Bridge affecting Porter County Kankakee River near Kouts affecting Jasper and Porter Counties Kankakee River at Shelby affecting Lake and Newton Counties The Flood Warning continues for The Kankakee River near Kouts.

* until further notice.

* At 600 PM Sunday the stage was 14.4 feet.

* Flood stage is 11.0 feet.

* Major flooding is occurring and Record flooding is forecast.

* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 14.8 feet by early Wednesday morning then begin falling. &&

Safety message...If you encounter a flooded roadway...turn around and find an alternate route.


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