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041559-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1059 AM EST TUE MAR 3 2015

...Elevated river levels and lowland flooding possible in
portions of central and southern Indiana...

The combination of melting snow and rain today and much of tonight
will cause streams and rivers ... especially in southern Indiana ...
to rise and approach bankfull levels from Wednesday through
Sunday.

At this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the upper 40s and lower 50s accompanied
by more than an inch of rainfall...significant flooding may develop.

As of late Tuesday morning...streams and rivers remained at low
levels. Snow depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River
in southern Indiana to more than 9 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  Local
flood problems may develop if drainage culverts are covered by
piles of snow or debris.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood warnings and statements will be issued as
necessary.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$






000
FGUS73 KIND 031559
ESFIND
INC005-013-027-031-037-051-055-059-071-079-081-083-093-097-101-105-
109-119-125-129-145-153-167-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-185-193-
041559-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1059 AM EST TUE MAR 3 2015

...Elevated river levels and lowland flooding possible in
portions of central and southern Indiana...

The combination of melting snow and rain today and much of tonight
will cause streams and rivers ... especially in southern Indiana ...
to rise and approach bankfull levels from Wednesday through
Sunday.

At this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the upper 40s and lower 50s accompanied
by more than an inch of rainfall...significant flooding may develop.

As of late Tuesday morning...streams and rivers remained at low
levels. Snow depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River
in southern Indiana to more than 9 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  Local
flood problems may develop if drainage culverts are covered by
piles of snow or debris.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood warnings and statements will be issued as
necessary.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$





000
FGUS73 KIND 030144 CCA
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

CORRECTED TYPO AND WORDING

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and, or, debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and, or, Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$




000
FGUS73 KIND 030144 CCA
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

CORRECTED TYPO AND WORDING

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and, or, debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and, or, Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$





000
FGUS73 KIND 030144 CCA
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

CORRECTED TYPO AND WORDING

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and, or, debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and, or, Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$





000
FGUS73 KIND 030144 CCA
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

CORRECTED TYPO AND WORDING

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central Indiana was at least an inch
in several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and, or, debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and, or, Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$




000
FGUS73 KIND 021746
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central was at least an inch in
several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and/or debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and/or Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$





000
FGUS73 KIND 021746
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central was at least an inch in
several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and/or debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and/or Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$






000
FGUS73 KIND 021746
ESFIND
INC005-011-013-015-021-023-027-031-035-037-045-051-055-057-059-063-
065-067-071-079-081-083-093-095-097-101-105-107-109-119-121-125-129-
133-135-139-145-153-157-159-165-167-171-175-ILC023-033-047-059-101-
185-193-031746-

HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
1246 PM EST MON MAR 2 2015

...River flooding possible in central and southern Indiana...

River flooding may develop this week in central and southern Indiana.

The combination of melting snow and rain on Tuesday and much of
Tuesday night may cause river flooding to develop by Wednesday.  At
this time flooding is expected to be rather limited.  However if
temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s or higher and
accompanied with an inch or more of rainfall...significant flooding
could develop.

As of early Monday afternoon...streams and rivers remained low..Snow
depth ranged from less than an inch near the Ohio River in extreme
southern Indiana to more than 10 inches in central Indiana.  Water
equivalent of the snow pack in central was at least an inch in
several areas.

The ground remains frozen in much of the state and will likely
remain frozen during this rain event.  As a result, almost all of the
rain and melting snow will run directly into the streams.  If
drainage culverts remain covered with snow and/or debris...local
flood problems may develop.

Local concerns should monitor weather and river conditions through
at least Thursday. Flood statements and/or Flood Warnings
will be issued as necessary as more information becomes available.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web. From
the blue menu bar on the left side of the page...click on rivers and
lakes.

$$





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