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NWS Cites Rising Indiana Rivers

This Follows Heavy Rainfall

The National Weather Service says a flood warning is in effect for the Mississinewa River north of Muncie.

Service Hydrologist Al Shipe says they're also keeping a close eye on the Wabash, White and Tippecanoe Rivers. However, he says the Tippecanoe River appears to be receding somewhat. This following heavy rainfall across the state overnight that has also flooded roads mainly in east Central Indiana. 

Shipe says the Wabash River in the Lafayette area is also on the rise.  He says they expect to White River to swell as well over the weekend, but they don't expect severe flooding. 

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