TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — Tippecanoe County is under a flood warning issued by the National Weather Service. The warning is scheduled to last until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday.
As of Thursday evening, the Wabash River is expected to rise as much as five feet above flood stage. Friday morning, the river was around 10 feet with flood stage at 11 feet. The Wabash River is expected to rise above 14 feet by late Saturday night.
Significant flooding is not expected, but flooding will affect some local and state roads. Drivers should never drive into flood waters. Instead, turn around and go another way.
We will keep you updated on any road closures as we get them.
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