All Flash Flood Warning issued for counties in eastern Indiana on Saturday have expired.
The Warning for Ripley County expired 10 p.m. A Flash Flood Warning for southern Fayette and western Franklin counties expired at 7:45 p.m.
The warnings were issued by the National Weather Service after heavy rain poured down across eastern Indiana most of Saturday evening. Run off from the the rainfall caused flash flooding across the region, according to the NWS.
In the event of a flash flood, the NWS suggests moving to higher ground and avoiding all moving bodies of water. You should keep your children away from storm drains, culverts, creeks and streams as water levels can rise rapidly and be fast-moving.
Prepared for the next storm? You can find more helpful resources by visiting the links below:
To stay up to date with the latest forecast and what to expect, visit wcpo.com/forecast.
To get severe weather alerts in your inbox or texted to your phone as they are issued, go to wcpo.com/alerts.
To map the severe weather as it moves across the Tri-State, visit http://www.wcpo.com/subindex/weather/maps.
Power outages could pop up in the area as a result of the storms, go to http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio/outages/current.asp for the latest power outages in the Tri-State.
Need the latest weather information on the go? Download WCPO’s mobile apps to keep in touch wherever you are at wcpo.com/mobile, including our new weather radio app at http://www.wcpo.com/dpp/weather/safety/9-news-introduces-severe-weather-radio-app-storm-shield-for-iphone.
The weather may affect traffic in the Tri-State, go to wcpo.com/traffic to monitor your commute.
Flying somewhere? Check on potential delays and/or cancelations at CVG and other U.S. airports at http://www.fly.faa.gov/flyfaa/usmap.jsp.
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