WLFI Weather Alerts

Flood Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Fountain
  • Warren

The Flood Warning Continues For
The Wabash River At Covington.
- Until Sunday July 12.
- At 9:45 Am Friday The Stage Was 22.8 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 16.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast The River Will Continue To Fall To Below Flood Stage By
Saturday Early Afternoon.
- At 23.0 Feet Flood Water Is At Critical Height For Most
Agricultural Levees.

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Tippecanoe

The Flood Warning Continues For
The Wabash River At Lafayette.
- Until Further Notice.
- At 10:16 Am Friday The Stage Was 16.5 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 11.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast The River Will Continue To Fall To A Stage Of 15.3 Feet
By Tomorrow Morning.
- At 16.0 Feet Lowland Flooding Is In Progress. Flood Waters Near
State Road 225 Between Old Indiana 25 And Battleground. Warren Cr
350 N Near Black Rock Preserve And Tippecanoe Cr 950 W In The
Wabash Bottoms Janssen Tract May Be Impassable. Fort Ouiatenon
Grounds Begins To Flood. Flooding At The Grandville Public Access
Site.

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Newton

The Flood Warning Continues For
The Kankakee River At Shelby.
- Until Further Notice.
- At 1245 Pm Friday The Stage Was 10.4 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 9.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast The River Will Continue To Fall To A Stage Of 10.3 Feet
By Saturday Morning.
- Impact At 10.0 Feet Flooding Affects County And Local Roads.
Wildwood Estates And Sumava Resorts Begin To Experience Some
Flooding.

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Cass

The Flood Warning Continues For
The Wabash River At Wabash
- Until Further Notice.
- At 10 Am Friday The Stage Was 16.3 Feet And Falling.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Flood Stage Is 14.0 Feet.
- Forecast The River Will Fall To Near 16.3 Feet Around 2 Pm
Friday July 3.
- At 17.0 Feet Some Low Lying Areas And Lowest Sections Of Wabash
And Lagro Begin To Flood.

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