Northern Indiana Braces for Potential Flash Floods South of US 30 into Tuesday 


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Indianapolis, IN – Residents in Northern Indiana are on alert as forecasts warn of heavy rainfall potentially exceeding 2 inches, especially south of US 30. 

The US National Weather Service Northern Indiana has issued a statement highlighting the risk of scattered flash floods late tonight through Tuesday morning. According to the advisory, widespread showers and thunderstorms starting this evening will continue into the early hours of Tuesday. With ground conditions already saturated from recent rain, there is an elevated risk for flash flooding. 

The public is advised to stay weather aware and be prepared to move to higher ground if necessary. “Turn Around, Don’t Drown,” warns the weather service, as urban and street flooding is also a concern. Local authorities are monitoring the situation closely and urge citizens to follow safety instructions.


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