Weather Alerts

Flash Flood Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Adams
  • Wells
  • Van Wert

A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 900 Am Edt For
Southwestern Van Wert Northeastern Wells And Northern Adams
Counties
At 637 Am Edt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
That Most Of The Heavy Rain Had Moved Out Of The Warned Area
However Radar Also Indicated That Over 4 Inches Of Rain Had Fallen
In The Area Since Yesterday With Over 2 Inches Falling In A About
Two Hours Early This Morning. Flooding From This Heavy Rain
May Persist Across The Area This Morning.
Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Decatur
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Do Not Drive Your Vehicle Into Areas Where The Water Covers The
Roadway. The Water Depth May Be Too Great To Allow Your Car To Cross
Safely.

Flash Flood Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Blackford
  • Grant
  • Huntington
  • Jay
  • Wabash

A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 845 Am Edt For
Blackford Jay Grant Southern Wells Southern Huntington And
Southeastern Wabash Counties
At 540 Am Edt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Continued To
Indicate Thunderstorms Producing Very Heavy Rain 7 Miles East Of
Hartford City Moving Southeast At 25 Mph. Radar Indicated 4 To 6
Inches Of Rain Fell Between 100 Am And 530 Am Over Portions Of This
Area With Heaviest Amounts From Just East Of Marion Through
Hartford City.
Other Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To
Dunkirk Redkey And Portland
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
This Includes The Following Streams And Drainages
Mississinewa River Little Lick Creek Prarie Creek And Big
Lick Creek.
Most Flood Deaths Occur In Automobiles. Never Drive Your Vehicle Into
Areas Where The Water Covers The Roadway. Flood Waters Are Usually
Deeper Than They Appear. Just One Foot Of Flowing Water Is Powerful
Enough To Sweep Vehicles Off The Road. When Encountering Flooded
Roads Make The Smart Choice Turn Around Dont Drown.

Flash Flood Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Allen
  • Noble
  • Whitley

A Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 815 Am Edt For
Northern Whitley Southwestern Allen And Southwestern Noble
Counties
At 526 Am Edt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Continued To
Indicate Thunderstorms Producing Very Heavy Rain. These Storms Were
Located Along A Line Extending From 8 Miles West Of Fort Wayne To 11
Miles Southeast Of Fort Wayne Moving Southeast At 25 Mph. Radar
Indicates 2 To 4 Inches Of Rain Fell In A Two Hour Period Early This
Morning Over Portions Of This Area With Heaviest Amounts On The
Southwest Side Of Fort Wayne.
Other Locations In The Warning Include But Are Not Limited To Rolling
Hills Nine Mile Yoder And Poe.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Do Not Drive Your Vehicle Into Areas Where The Water Covers The
Roadway. The Water Depth May Be Too Great To Allow Your Car To Cross
Safely. Move To Higher Ground.