River Flooding Information……..Water Over 43 North of West Lafayette…26 Reportedly Flooded In Multiple Places East of Lafayette

April 18th, 2013 at 5:55 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

MEASURED GUSTS RECENTLY:

M48 mph  Atlanta

M44 mph  Kokomo Municipal Airport

M41 mph  Kokomo

RIVER FLOOD INFORMATION FROM HYDROLOGY EXPERTS AT NWS:

INDIANAPOLIS OFFICE:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ind

NORTH WEBSTER OFFICE:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=iwx

CHICAGO OFFICE:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=lot

CENTRAL ILLINOIS OFFICE:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ilx

Ashley sent me this email:  “Just wanted to let you know that 26 East and West has flooded roads and rushing water on the roads in multiple places all the way to Kokomo. I don’t know how much further it goes because I live in Kokomo, but I’m sure it’s the same the further you go.”

Marliese Orr sent me this email:  “Hello, just wanted to let others know that Jackson Hwy, right before 600 W has a good amount of water over the road.  Worried someone will come through after dark and not see it until its to late.”

From Kayla Young:  “Road flooding on county road 1150 in Warren County.”

From Kathleen Erickson:  “Hi – FYI – please remind people to NOT drive through water over the road.

 There is water over the road on 800 S. a couple of places between 125 and Concord Road.

 Also there is water over the road on SR 28 between Clarks Hill and Romney.

 Thanks for keeping everyone safe.”

Trina Pool sent this picture of Route 43 flooding north of West Lafayette.

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This pic is from Kim Caldwell, near Frankfort.  This told me normally this creek often has water that is only ankle-deep.

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Deanna Jackson sent this picture from Delphi of significant flooding at her place.

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4 Responses to “River Flooding Information……..Water Over 43 North of West Lafayette…26 Reportedly Flooded In Multiple Places East of Lafayette”

  1. cliff davenport says:

    “Why” do people drive in deep water when the are told NOT too?

  2. Chuck says:

    1.80 inches total at 7:PM. 4.5 miles NE of Frankfort.

  3. ch n ffort says:

    Peeps please b careful if u must travel tonite or n morning n Clinton co we have high water everywhere! Im sure there is water other places but i know there is here. If u see high water or a sign go around.

  4. ls says:

    Same with Boone County, lots of high water and just getting worse!

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