Homes and businesses are damaged after heavy rains the last several days.
On June 29, 2012, a massive wind storm devastated northeast Indiana and northwest Ohio during one of the hottest periods on record.
There have been no reports of damage, but weather forecasters have issued several flood warnings.
A Travel Advisory had been issued for Allen County because of flooding which is making dozens of roads impassable.
The National Weather Service is expected to visit the area tomorrow to assess the damage.
Indiana Michigan Power is working to restore electricity to those affected by Wednesday evening’s powerful storms that raked the area.
Strong winds flipped a mobile home off its foundation Sunday in Louisiana, killing a mother and her 3-year-old daughter as a storm system with hurricane-force winds crawled across the Deep South, damaging homes and businesses.
The storm caused power outages and numerous highway accidents. About 11,600 electricity customers across Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine were in the dark by late morning.
The goal is to help people learn where their safe place is so they can quickly go there during severe weather.
A viewer submitted a photograph that showed a hole in the asphalt and chunks of pavement scattered nearby.
Your weather radio can be set to sound off severe weather alerts for single or multiple counties.
Those winds forced the closure of a Meijer store in the far northeastern Indiana city of Angola after its roof was damaged and a natural gas leak was detected.
A spring-like storm system spawned tornadoes that destroyed more than 100 homes and killed three people in the central U.S. before it rumbled eastward Wednesday, putting about 95 million people in its path, forecasters said.
The damage to the spillway at Lake Oroville forced the evacuation of 188,000 people last weekend.
Flash-flood watches for Southern California were canceled, but Northern California and the San Francisco Bay Area were facing a weekend return of heavy rain and winds that lashed them earlier in the week before the storm moves out.
The storm feeding on an atmospheric river of moisture stretching far out into the ocean was at its most fierce late Friday afternoon, dropping over 8 inches of rain in one area, and was expected to last until Saturday afternoon.
Winter storm warnings are in effect from upstate New York to northern Maine, where blizzard conditions and snowfall of 8 to 16 inches are likely.
At least four people died, three were missing and others were rescued from raging floodwaters during the storms.
An unusual midwinter barrage of tornadoes and thunderstorms over the weekend was blamed for at least 20 deaths across the Deep South.
A vast storm system that kicked up apparent tornadoes, shredded mobile homes and left other destruction scattered around the Southeast has claimed at least 19 lives during its two-day assault on the region.