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Marshall County EMA Warns of Possible Flooding

January 10, 2014
Marshall County EMA Warns of Possible Flooding

  01/11/14 National Weather Service is advising of a storm system moving out of the southern plains that will bring between half an inch and an inch of rain to the area this afternoon and into the overnight hours. County Emergency Management Director Clyde Avery said, “In addition, above normal temperatures will allow for...
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Yellow River is on the Rise

December 22, 2013
Yellow River is on the Rise

  12/23/13 The weather outside is certainly frightful and the National Weather Service has had a flood watch in affect for much of Marshall County over the weekend. Rain all day Saturday and melting snow  combined with rain snow during the day on Sunday for a wintry mix that made drivers wary of slippery...
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Heavy Rain and Snow Melt May Cause Flooding Problems

December 19, 2013
Heavy Rain and Snow Melt May Cause Flooding Problems

  12/20/13 The National Weather Service is advising of two low pressure systems that will bring rainfall to the area beginning today.  The stronger system will bring an abundant amount of moisture to our area over the weekend.  The potential exists for 1 to 3 inches of rain from Saturday afternoon through late Sunday...
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Update – Yellow River to Flood out of it’s Banks Friday

April 18, 2013
Update – Yellow River to Flood out of it’s Banks Friday

  04/19/13 The National Weather service in northern Indiana has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the Yellow River at Plymouth.  The flood warning is in effect from Friday to late Monday night.   At 8 a.m. Thursday the river was at 9 feet and at noon it had risen to 9.2 feet and was...
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Advisory: Flooding Possible Early Next Week.

March 7, 2013
Advisory: Flooding Possible Early Next Week.

 03/08/13 Warm temperatures expected over the next few days will cause rapid melting of the recent snow (8-11in). The National Weather Service is also indicating the potential of moderate to heavy rain Saturday night thru Monday. With both of these situations combined we will most likely see flooding in low lying areas, ponding on...
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Never Drive Through Floodwaters

February 28, 2011
Never Drive Through Floodwaters

03/01/11 If you are driving while flood conditions are present it is important to be cautious.  Roads may be washed out, unexpected potholes can be covered in water, and your car can float away in only a foot of water.  If you must drive during a flood, you are advised to follow these suggestions:...
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Warming Temperatures will Lead to Localized Flooding

February 14, 2011

02/15/11 Temperatures are forecast to be above freezing and in to the upper 40′s by the end of the week. Flooding in low lying areas and across roads is likely. If you live in an area that has had flooding issues in the past, we would encourage you to begin taking the necessary steps...
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Victims of Severe Weather Urged to Report Damage

June 25, 2010
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06/25/10 Hoosiers who sustained damage caused by severe weather, including wind and flooding, beginning June 13 are urged to report damage online at www.in.gov/dhs. “Individuals with uninsured damage from the severe weather must report quickly,” said Joe Wainscott, executive director of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. “The faster we can assess the situation,...
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