||Record flood is in progress.
||Water is at bottom of U.S. Highway 136 bridge. Near record flood is in progress.
||Flood affects possibly as many as 250 families and causes major damage to as many as 40 homes.
||Six or 7 homes downstream of gage in Covington begin to flood. Access road behind the cottages floods.
||Major flood in progress. Extensive rural flooding in Warren, Fountain and Vermillion Counties. Many local roads are flooded. Several river communities are flooded. Water Street and lowest portion of Jefferson Street begin to in Covington.
||During the February 2008 flood, flood waters near River Road in Williamsport. At 28 feet River Road would flood.
||Covington Lion's Club begins to flood. First floor flooding begins in some cottages across river in Warren County. Over topping of agricultural levees occurs. Crocket Street in Covington begins to flood as well as some rural residential property just north of Covington.
||In late February 2014 a major ice jam formed on the Wabash River in the Covington and peaked at this height on the 25th. The ice jam started at an island about 3/4 of a mile upstream of the Perrysville bridge(1775 Tow Path Rd) and extended upstream for 14 miles to Warren CR 500W and SR 263. The highest levels were near 1775 Tow Path Rd Covington(downstream of I-74) and decreased as one progressed upstream. Once the river peaked, the levels in the gage area were estimated at 8 to 10 feet above normal.
||Once the level peaked from the ice jam, the level at U.S. Highway 136 slowly receded through March 6 and remained above more than 4 feet above flood stage. Lafayette, upstream, fell below flood stage on March 1 and Montezuma, downstream, fell below flood stage on March 3.
||State Road 234 near Lodi begins to flood. In April 2013...Independence bridge closed in Warren County. Homes affected along Warren CR South on opposite side of river.
||The approach to the Independence river bridge floods.
||The Wabash River is nearly 3 miles wide along SR 234 by backing up into Coal Creek on the west side of Lodi and the Vermillion River on the northside of Cayuga. Flood waters are at the edge of the northside of SR 234 but not on the road. North Sandhill Road and W CR 260 N on the northeast side of Covington extensively flooded in places. Silver Island Road just south of SR 32 is impassable.
||Warren County flooded on May 2, 2011 included...CR 600E between CR 650N and CR 700N...CR 350N east of CR 1100 E to the Tippecanoe County line...CR 100E.Williamsport Rd-Bridge cloesed...CR 900W between CR 200N and Division...CR 1150E between CR 975N and CR 1050 N and CR 800N between CR 900E and CR 1000E.
||Many local roads are impassable. High water backs up into Mud Run, cutting off some county roads just northwest of Covington. North Sandhill Road begins to flood from Mallory Branch. Mud Creek extensively floods W CR 260N and Sandhill Road by backwater from the Wabash River.
||Basement flooding begins in 10-12 cottages. The approach to "new" bridge downstream of State Road 28 in Attica floods.
||Flood water is at critical height for most agricultural levees.
||Lanes to river residences west of South River Road south of Covington flooded. Sandhill Road at Mud Run just northeast of Covington begins to flood. Extensive lowland flooding in progress. Higher bottomlands flood. During Duck Hunting Season...a perfect flood...especially if this is the first flood of the season.
||Williamsport Road may begin to flood in Fountain County. This road flooded in late December 2008 when river crested at 21.5 feet on the Covington gage.
||A few county roads begin to flood. Higher bottomlands begin to flood. The first cottage upstream from US 136 bridge may become isolated by high water.
||Five Crossings, a local county river park at old U.S. Highway 136 bridge site begins to flood.
||Some low agricultural fields flood. Backyard flood of cottages a short distance north of US Highway 136. High water blocks land access to at least one residence. From April 21 to May 5, 2011 at least one South River Road resident boated to his house because of prolonged high water when the river was above 17.5 feet.
||Low agricultural lands begin to flood. Backyard flooding of cottages on right bank starts a short distance upstream of gage. Critical stage of Young-Neal Levee is reached.
(1) Silver Island and Liberty Church Roads Dec 31, 2008
(2) Silver Island Rd just south of SR 32 Dec 31, 2008
(3) Sand Hill Road Dec 31, 2008
(4) North of Williamsport Road Dec 31, 2008
(5) South of Williamsport Road Dec 31, 2008
(6) Williamsport Road Dec 31, 2008
(7) Fountain CR500 E will flood, but not on Dec 31, 2008
(8) Independence Road will flood, but not on Dec 31, 2008
(9) Potawatomi Park Dec 31, 2008
(10) Williamsport River Park Dec 31, 2008
(11) North of US 136 at Covington Dec 31, 2008
(12) South of US 136 at Covington Dec 31, 2008
(13) A low Wabash River at Covington looking south on March 27, 2003.
(14) A low Wabash River at Covington looking northwest on March 27, 2003.