Hoosiers Asked to Prepare for Possible Weekend Flooding

August 31, 2012  

INDIANAPOLIS—As rain and wind from Hurricane Isaac approach Indiana, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is asking everyone to join emergency management officials in preparing for potential storms and localized flooding.

As the prediction stands now, the National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting that Indiana may receive 2-8 inches of rain by Tuesday. Central Indiana and areas south along the I-70 corridor, including Terre Haute, Indianapolis and Bloomington, are expected to receive the heaviest amounts of rainfall. Please see the attached rainfall prediction map from NWS and visit weather.gov/ind for more information.

The full release from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.

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