Flood Warning

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0043.000000T0000Z-190223T0600Z/
/EVVI3.1.ER.190213T1245Z.190217T1800Z.190223T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Evansville.
* until late Friday night.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 44.4 feet.
* Flood Stage is 42.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 44.4 feet through this
  evening then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below
  flood stage Friday evening.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Many county roads are flooded and some are
  impassable.

&&

LAT...LON 3796 8770 3802 8759 3801 8745 3787 8745
      3780 8756 3781 8769

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0043.000000T0000Z-190223T0600Z/
/EVVI3.1.ER.190213T1245Z.190217T1800Z.190223T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Evansville.
* until late Friday night.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 44.4 feet.
* Flood Stage is 42.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 44.4 feet through this
  evening then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below
  flood stage Friday evening.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Many county roads are flooded and some are
  impassable.

&&

LAT...LON 3796 8770 3802 8759 3801 8745 3787 8745
      3780 8756 3781 8769

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0043.000000T0000Z-190223T0600Z/
/EVVI3.1.ER.190213T1245Z.190217T1800Z.190223T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Evansville.
* until late Friday night.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 44.4 feet.
* Flood Stage is 42.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 44.4 feet through this
  evening then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below
  flood stage Friday evening.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Many county roads are flooded and some are
  impassable.

&&

LAT...LON 3796 8770 3802 8759 3801 8745 3787 8745
      3780 8756 3781 8769

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0043.000000T0000Z-190223T0600Z/
/EVVI3.1.ER.190213T1245Z.190217T1800Z.190223T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Evansville.
* until late Friday night.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 44.4 feet.
* Flood Stage is 42.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 44.4 feet through this
  evening then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below
  flood stage Friday evening.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Many county roads are flooded and some are
  impassable.

&&

LAT...LON 3796 8770 3802 8759 3801 8745 3787 8745
      3780 8756 3781 8769

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0043.000000T0000Z-190223T0600Z/
/EVVI3.1.ER.190213T1245Z.190217T1800Z.190223T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Evansville.
* until late Friday night.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 44.4 feet.
* Flood Stage is 42.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 44.4 feet through this
  evening then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below
  flood stage Friday evening.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Many county roads are flooded and some are
  impassable.

&&

LAT...LON 3796 8770 3802 8759 3801 8745 3787 8745
      3780 8756 3781 8769

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0030.000000T0000Z-190225T0630Z/
/NBGI3.1.ER.190209T0933Z.190216T2145Z.190225T0030Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Newburgh Dam.
* until Monday February 25.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 38.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 47.3 feet through this afternoon
  then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below flood stage
  Sunday February 24.
* Impact...At 48.0 Feet...Water approaches part of IN 66 about 1 mile
  downstream from the lock and dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8745 3790 8721 3780 8728 3787 8745


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


INC027-037-101-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0072.000000T0000Z-190219T1200Z/
/SHLI3.2.ER.190210T1309Z.190213T1700Z.190219T0000Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The East Fork White River at Shoals.
* until Tuesday morning.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 23.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 20.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Monday
  evening.
* At 23.7 feet...During prolonged high water of late March and early
  April 2008, Windom Road had one lane open.  On March 11 2011 SR 550
  just south of Loogootee was closed by high water on the south side
  of the river.  At least one nearby county road was flooded.
  Considerable lowland flooding in progress.

&&

LAT...LON 3869 8673 3847 8683 3852 8722 3856 8723
      3853 8689 3866 8690 3872 8681

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


INC027-051-083-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0082.000000T0000Z-190220T0000Z/
/FREI3.2.ER.190207T0326Z.190212T1200Z.190219T1200Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Edwardsport.
* until Tuesday evening.
* At  7:00 AM Sunday the stage was 18.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 15.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Tuesday
  morning.
* At 18.6 feet...During June 2010 and March 2011 high water...INDOT
  closed SR 358 between SR 67 at Edwardsport to SR 57 at Plainville.
  SR 358 floods on the east side of the river between the levees.

&&

LAT...LON 3885 8712 3877 8723 3855 8723 3855 8726
      3879 8729 3887 8715

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


INC027-051-083-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0082.000000T0000Z-190220T0000Z/
/FREI3.2.ER.190207T0326Z.190212T1200Z.190219T1200Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Edwardsport.
* until Tuesday evening.
* At  7:00 AM Sunday the stage was 18.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 15.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Tuesday
  morning.
* At 18.6 feet...During June 2010 and March 2011 high water...INDOT
  closed SR 358 between SR 67 at Edwardsport to SR 57 at Plainville.
  SR 358 floods on the east side of the river between the levees.

&&

LAT...LON 3885 8712 3877 8723 3855 8723 3855 8726
      3879 8729 3887 8715

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC185-INC027-051-083-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0083.000000T0000Z-190224T0142Z/
/PTRI3.2.ER.190207T1846Z.190214T1600Z.190223T1342Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Petersburg.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 24.3 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday morning.
* At 24.2 feet...During April 2013 when Petersburg reached this level,
  the water only reached the white line of SR 257 south of
  Washington, but never closed the road.  Shoals only went to 11.67
  feet during April 2013.  This is the first that locals can remember
  such a high stage for Petersburg and SR 257 remaining open.

&&

LAT...LON 3852 8722 3850 8729 3851 8744 3854 8744
      3855 8736 3853 8729 3856 8723

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC185-INC027-051-083-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0083.000000T0000Z-190224T0142Z/
/PTRI3.2.ER.190207T1846Z.190214T1600Z.190223T1342Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Petersburg.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 24.3 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday morning.
* At 24.2 feet...During April 2013 when Petersburg reached this level,
  the water only reached the white line of SR 257 south of
  Washington, but never closed the road.  Shoals only went to 11.67
  feet during April 2013.  This is the first that locals can remember
  such a high stage for Petersburg and SR 257 remaining open.

&&

LAT...LON 3852 8722 3850 8729 3851 8744 3854 8744
      3855 8736 3853 8729 3856 8723

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC185-INC027-051-083-125-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0083.000000T0000Z-190224T0142Z/
/PTRI3.2.ER.190207T1846Z.190214T1600Z.190223T1342Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Petersburg.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 24.3 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday morning.
* At 24.2 feet...During April 2013 when Petersburg reached this level,
  the water only reached the white line of SR 257 south of
  Washington, but never closed the road.  Shoals only went to 11.67
  feet during April 2013.  This is the first that locals can remember
  such a high stage for Petersburg and SR 257 remaining open.

&&

LAT...LON 3852 8722 3850 8729 3851 8744 3854 8744
      3855 8736 3853 8729 3856 8723

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...

  Green River at Paradise and Calhoun

.Moderate flooding continues along the Green River at Paradise and
at Calhoun. At Paradise, the river has crested and begun to fall
very slowly. The river will remain in moderate flood stage through
most of next week. At Calhoun, the river is cresting near 29.7 feet.
It will stay at this level through Monday then begin to fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC149-233-181854-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0027.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CALK2.2.ER.190210T1737Z.190217T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Green River at Calhoun
* until further notice.
* At  8:00 AM Sunday the stage was 29.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 23.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 29.7 feet through Monday, then
  begin to fall slowly.
* Impact...At 30.0 Feet...Lower Calhoun begins flooding.  A large
  portion of Rumsey is flooded and evacuation of homes becomes
  necessary.

&&

LAT...LON 3775 8742 3772 8730 3763 8739 3751 8703
      3743 8707 3761 8757

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...

  Green River at Paradise and Calhoun

.Moderate flooding continues along the Green River at Paradise and
at Calhoun. At Paradise, the river has crested and begun to fall
very slowly. The river will remain in moderate flood stage through
most of next week. At Calhoun, the river is cresting near 29.7 feet.
It will stay at this level through Monday then begin to fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC149-233-181854-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0027.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CALK2.2.ER.190210T1737Z.190217T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Green River at Calhoun
* until further notice.
* At  8:00 AM Sunday the stage was 29.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 23.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 29.7 feet through Monday, then
  begin to fall slowly.
* Impact...At 30.0 Feet...Lower Calhoun begins flooding.  A large
  portion of Rumsey is flooded and evacuation of homes becomes
  necessary.

&&

LAT...LON 3775 8742 3772 8730 3763 8739 3751 8703
      3743 8707 3761 8757

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...Missouri...

  Mississippi River at New Madrid

.Minor flooding continues along the Mississippi River at New Madrid.
Water levels continue to rise, and the river is forecast to crest in
moderate flood stage of 40.0 feet Tuesday. Heavy rain is expected
week, and this could result in adjustments to the forecast. Check
back often for updates.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC075-MOC133-143-182001-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0039.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/NMDM7.2.ER.190211T1940Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Mississippi River at New Madrid
* until further notice.
* At  9:00 AM Sunday the stage was 38.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 34.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 40.0 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon.
* Impact...At 38.0 Feet...Heavy agricultural damage begins.

&&

LAT...LON 3662 8962 3669 8927 3651 8918 3650 8935
      3648 8935 3648 8964

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...Missouri...

  Mississippi River at New Madrid

.Minor flooding continues along the Mississippi River at New Madrid.
Water levels continue to rise, and the river is forecast to crest in
moderate flood stage of 40.0 feet Tuesday. Heavy rain is expected
week, and this could result in adjustments to the forecast. Check
back often for updates.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC075-MOC133-143-182001-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0039.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/NMDM7.2.ER.190211T1940Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Mississippi River at New Madrid
* until further notice.
* At  9:00 AM Sunday the stage was 38.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 34.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 40.0 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon.
* Impact...At 38.0 Feet...Heavy agricultural damage begins.

&&

LAT...LON 3662 8962 3669 8927 3651 8918 3650 8935
      3648 8935 3648 8964

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...Missouri...

  Mississippi River at New Madrid

.Minor flooding continues along the Mississippi River at New Madrid.
Water levels continue to rise, and the river is forecast to crest in
moderate flood stage of 40.0 feet Tuesday. Heavy rain is expected
week, and this could result in adjustments to the forecast. Check
back often for updates.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC075-MOC133-143-182001-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0039.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/NMDM7.2.ER.190211T1940Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1001 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Mississippi River at New Madrid
* until further notice.
* At  9:00 AM Sunday the stage was 38.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 34.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 40.0 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon.
* Impact...At 38.0 Feet...Heavy agricultural damage begins.

&&

LAT...LON 3662 8962 3669 8927 3651 8918 3650 8935
      3648 8935 3648 8964

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Indiana...

  Wabash River at New Harmony

.Moderate flooding continues along the Wabash River at New Harmony.
Water levels will hold near 20.3 feet through Monday, then begin to
fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-181841-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-190225T2136Z/
/NHRI3.2.ER.190208T1203Z.190216T2045Z.190225T1536Z.NO/
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Wabash River at New Harmony.
* until Monday February 25.
* At  7:30 AM Sunday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Monday February 25.
* Impact...At 20.0 Feet...Parts of northern New Harmony begin to flood
  and sandbagging becomes necessary in town.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3815 8790 3797 8799 3781 8801
      3780 8809 3789 8810

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC003-153-KYC007-039-075-105-MOC133-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0011.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/CIRI2.2.ER.190122T0830Z.190219T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Cairo
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 51.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 52.0 feet by
  Tuesday morning then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 50.0 Feet...The first gate is closed at Cairo.

&&

LAT...LON 3709 8946 3717 8916 3709 8907 3680 8900
      3651 8918

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Little Wabash River at Carmi

.Moderate flooding continues along the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
The river has crested, and water levels have begun to fall slowly.
The river will fall below flood stage Saturday.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-191-193-181906-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0023.000000T0000Z-190224T0400Z/
/CARI2.2.ER.190207T2218Z.190215T1415Z.190223T2200Z.NO/
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  8:30 AM Sunday the stage was 33.6 feet.
* Flood Stage is 27.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday afternoon.
* Impact...At 32.0 Feet...Flood waters flow up McHenry slough and
  areas near Route 1 and 14 in Carmi begin to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3826 8816 3825 8802 3804 8813 3793 8808
      3791 8812 3801 8828

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC101-185-INC083-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0063.000000T0000Z-190221T0200Z/
/VCNI3.1.ER.190207T1752Z.190213T1015Z.190220T1400Z.NO/
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Vincennes.
* until Wednesday evening.
* At  9:45 AM Sunday the stage was 18.2 feet.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Wednesday morning.
* At 18.0 feet...Agricultural lands and some oil fields flood.
  Several township roads about 1.25 miles south of St. Francesville
  and River Road between Billett Road and Lincoln Memorial Bridge in
  Lawrence County are flooded.  Extensive flooding of Kimmell Park at
  Vincennes.

&&

LAT...LON 3887 8750 3874 8746 3846 8764 3847 8778
      3871 8756 3886 8756

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Louisville KY
953 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...

  Green River at Woodbury

affecting the following counties in Kentucky...Butler...Warren.

...The Flood Warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...

  Green River at Rochester

affecting the following counties in Kentucky...Butler...Muhlenberg...
Ohio.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

If you are affected by these crests take any necessary actions.
Additional information is available at
water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=lmk.

&&

KYC031-177-183-181652-
/O.CON.KLMK.FL.W.0009.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/RCHK2.1.ER.190209T0000Z.190215T1200Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
953 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Green River at Rochester.
* until further notice.
* At  7:00 AM Sunday the stage was 21.5 feet.
* Flood stage is 17.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 21.9 feet by this
  afternoon then begin falling.
* Impact...At 24.0 feet...KY 1117 floods near Mining City.
* Flood History...This crest compares to a previous crest of 22.8
  feet on Apr 8 2008.

&&

LAT...LON 3728 8680 3718 8690 3727 8697 3739 8678


$$

SC

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Indiana...

  Wabash River at New Harmony

.Moderate flooding continues along the Wabash River at New Harmony.
Water levels will hold near 20.3 feet through Monday, then begin to
fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-181841-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-190225T2136Z/
/NHRI3.2.ER.190208T1203Z.190216T2045Z.190225T1536Z.NO/
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Wabash River at New Harmony.
* until Monday February 25.
* At  7:30 AM Sunday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Monday February 25.
* Impact...At 20.0 Feet...Parts of northern New Harmony begin to flood
  and sandbagging becomes necessary in town.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3815 8790 3797 8799 3781 8801
      3780 8809 3789 8810

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Indiana...

  Wabash River at New Harmony

.Moderate flooding continues along the Wabash River at New Harmony.
Water levels will hold near 20.3 feet through Monday, then begin to
fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-181841-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-190225T2136Z/
/NHRI3.2.ER.190208T1203Z.190216T2045Z.190225T1536Z.NO/
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Wabash River at New Harmony.
* until Monday February 25.
* At  7:30 AM Sunday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Monday February 25.
* Impact...At 20.0 Feet...Parts of northern New Harmony begin to flood
  and sandbagging becomes necessary in town.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3815 8790 3797 8799 3781 8801
      3780 8809 3789 8810

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Indiana...

  Wabash River at New Harmony

.Moderate flooding continues along the Wabash River at New Harmony.
Water levels will hold near 20.3 feet through Monday, then begin to
fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-181841-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-190225T2136Z/
/NHRI3.2.ER.190208T1203Z.190216T2045Z.190225T1536Z.NO/
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Wabash River at New Harmony.
* until Monday February 25.
* At  7:30 AM Sunday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Monday February 25.
* Impact...At 20.0 Feet...Parts of northern New Harmony begin to flood
  and sandbagging becomes necessary in town.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3815 8790 3797 8799 3781 8801
      3780 8809 3789 8810

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Indiana...

  Wabash River at New Harmony

.Moderate flooding continues along the Wabash River at New Harmony.
Water levels will hold near 20.3 feet through Monday, then begin to
fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-185-193-INC051-129-181841-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0025.000000T0000Z-190225T2136Z/
/NHRI3.2.ER.190208T1203Z.190216T2045Z.190225T1536Z.NO/
841 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Wabash River at New Harmony.
* until Monday February 25.
* At  7:30 AM Sunday the stage was 20.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 15.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Monday February 25.
* Impact...At 20.0 Feet...Parts of northern New Harmony begin to flood
  and sandbagging becomes necessary in town.

&&

LAT...LON 3816 8799 3815 8790 3797 8799 3781 8801
      3780 8809 3789 8810

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0030.000000T0000Z-190225T0630Z/
/NBGI3.1.ER.190209T0933Z.190216T2145Z.190225T0030Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Newburgh Dam.
* until Monday February 25.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 38.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 47.3 feet through this afternoon
  then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below flood stage
  Sunday February 24.
* Impact...At 48.0 Feet...Water approaches part of IN 66 about 1 mile
  downstream from the lock and dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8745 3790 8721 3780 8728 3787 8745


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0030.000000T0000Z-190225T0630Z/
/NBGI3.1.ER.190209T0933Z.190216T2145Z.190225T0030Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Newburgh Dam.
* until Monday February 25.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 38.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 47.3 feet through this afternoon
  then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below flood stage
  Sunday February 24.
* Impact...At 48.0 Feet...Water approaches part of IN 66 about 1 mile
  downstream from the lock and dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8745 3790 8721 3780 8728 3787 8745


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-KYC101-225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0031.000000T0000Z-190226T1617Z/
/MTVI3.2.ER.190210T0546Z.190218T0000Z.190226T1017Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Mount Vernon.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At  6:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 35.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.1 feet by
  tomorrow morning. The river will fall below flood stage Tuesday
  February 26.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Large portions of Point Township in Posey
  county are flooded.

&&

LAT...LON 3792 8796 3798 8784 3796 8770 3781 8769
      3780 8784

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-KYC101-225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0031.000000T0000Z-190226T1617Z/
/MTVI3.2.ER.190210T0546Z.190218T0000Z.190226T1017Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Mount Vernon.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At  6:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 35.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.1 feet by
  tomorrow morning. The river will fall below flood stage Tuesday
  February 26.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Large portions of Point Township in Posey
  county are flooded.

&&

LAT...LON 3792 8796 3798 8784 3796 8770 3781 8769
      3780 8784

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-KYC101-225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0031.000000T0000Z-190226T1617Z/
/MTVI3.2.ER.190210T0546Z.190218T0000Z.190226T1017Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Mount Vernon.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At  6:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 35.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.1 feet by
  tomorrow morning. The river will fall below flood stage Tuesday
  February 26.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Large portions of Point Township in Posey
  county are flooded.

&&

LAT...LON 3792 8796 3798 8784 3796 8770 3781 8769
      3780 8784

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-163-KYC101-225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0031.000000T0000Z-190226T1617Z/
/MTVI3.2.ER.190210T0546Z.190218T0000Z.190226T1017Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Mount Vernon.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At  6:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 35.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.1 feet by
  tomorrow morning. The river will fall below flood stage Tuesday
  February 26.
* Impact...At 45.0 Feet...Large portions of Point Township in Posey
  county are flooded.

&&

LAT...LON 3792 8796 3798 8784 3796 8770 3781 8769
      3780 8784

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-KYC225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0032.000000T0000Z-190227T0200Z/
/UNWK2.2.ER.190210T0900Z.190218T0600Z.190226T2000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at J.T. Myers Dam.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 49.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 37.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  after midnight tomorrow. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...The top of the protection is reached at J.T.
  Myers Lock and Dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3792 8796 3780 8784 3773 8800


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC129-KYC225-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0032.000000T0000Z-190227T0200Z/
/UNWK2.2.ER.190210T0900Z.190218T0600Z.190226T2000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at J.T. Myers Dam.
* until Tuesday February 26.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 49.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 37.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  after midnight tomorrow. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...The top of the protection is reached at J.T.
  Myers Lock and Dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3792 8796 3780 8784 3773 8800


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-069-KYC055-225-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0033.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SHNI2.2.ER.190209T1607Z.190219T0000Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Shawneetown
* until further notice.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 47.8 feet.
* Flood Stage is 33.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 48.5 feet by
  Tuesday morning then begin falling.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3773 8800 3757 8800 3753 8818
      3771 8821

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-069-KYC055-225-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0033.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SHNI2.2.ER.190209T1607Z.190219T0000Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Shawneetown
* until further notice.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 47.8 feet.
* Flood Stage is 33.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 48.5 feet by
  Tuesday morning then begin falling.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3773 8800 3757 8800 3753 8818
      3771 8821

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-069-KYC055-225-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0033.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SHNI2.2.ER.190209T1607Z.190219T0000Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Shawneetown
* until further notice.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 47.8 feet.
* Flood Stage is 33.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 48.5 feet by
  Tuesday morning then begin falling.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3773 8800 3757 8800 3753 8818
      3771 8821

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-069-KYC055-225-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0033.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SHNI2.2.ER.190209T1607Z.190219T0000Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Shawneetown
* until further notice.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 47.8 feet.
* Flood Stage is 33.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 48.5 feet by
  Tuesday morning then begin falling.

&&

LAT...LON 3778 8811 3773 8800 3757 8800 3753 8818
      3771 8821

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC069-151-KYC055-139-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0034.000000T0000Z-190227T0700Z/
/GOLI2.2.ER.190211T1622Z.190219T1200Z.190227T0100Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Golconda.
* until Wednesday February 27.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 48.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  early Wednesday morning. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...Several families are evacuated in Hall Town.

&&

LAT...LON 3757 8800 3746 8799 3735 8839 3727 8840
      3728 8856 3746 8851

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC069-151-KYC055-139-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0034.000000T0000Z-190227T0700Z/
/GOLI2.2.ER.190211T1622Z.190219T1200Z.190227T0100Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Golconda.
* until Wednesday February 27.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 48.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  early Wednesday morning. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...Several families are evacuated in Hall Town.

&&

LAT...LON 3757 8800 3746 8799 3735 8839 3727 8840
      3728 8856 3746 8851

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC069-151-KYC055-139-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0034.000000T0000Z-190227T0700Z/
/GOLI2.2.ER.190211T1622Z.190219T1200Z.190227T0100Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Golconda.
* until Wednesday February 27.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 48.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  early Wednesday morning. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...Several families are evacuated in Hall Town.

&&

LAT...LON 3757 8800 3746 8799 3735 8839 3727 8840
      3728 8856 3746 8851

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC069-151-KYC055-139-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0034.000000T0000Z-190227T0700Z/
/GOLI2.2.ER.190211T1622Z.190219T1200Z.190227T0100Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Golconda.
* until Wednesday February 27.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 48.7 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 49.3 feet by
  early Wednesday morning. The river will fall below flood stage
  Tuesday February 26.
* Impact...At 49.0 Feet...Several families are evacuated in Hall Town.

&&

LAT...LON 3757 8800 3746 8799 3735 8839 3727 8840
      3728 8856 3746 8851

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC127-151-KYC139-145-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0035.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/PAHK2.2.ER.190210T2122Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Paducah
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 39.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 47.5 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 47.0 Feet...Property damage begins on the the Illinois
  and Kentucky sides of the river.

&&

LAT...LON 3715 8861 3715 8852 3707 8837 3697 8854
      3709 8872

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC127-151-KYC139-145-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0035.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/PAHK2.2.ER.190210T2122Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Paducah
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 39.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 47.5 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 47.0 Feet...Property damage begins on the the Illinois
  and Kentucky sides of the river.

&&

LAT...LON 3715 8861 3715 8852 3707 8837 3697 8854
      3709 8872

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC127-151-KYC139-145-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0035.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/PAHK2.2.ER.190210T2122Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Paducah
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 39.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 47.5 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 47.0 Feet...Property damage begins on the the Illinois
  and Kentucky sides of the river.

&&

LAT...LON 3715 8861 3715 8852 3707 8837 3697 8854
      3709 8872

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC127-151-KYC139-145-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0035.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/PAHK2.2.ER.190210T2122Z.190219T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Paducah
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 39.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 47.5 feet by
  Tuesday early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  days.
* Impact...At 47.0 Feet...Property damage begins on the the Illinois
  and Kentucky sides of the river.

&&

LAT...LON 3715 8861 3715 8852 3707 8837 3697 8854
      3709 8872

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC185-INC051-083-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0084.000000T0000Z-190224T2240Z/
/HAZI3.2.ER.000000T0000Z.190215T1000Z.190224T1040Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Hazleton.
* until Sunday February 24.
* There have been no observations in the last 24 hours.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It is forecast to crest at 25.1 feet this afternoon and
  will fall below flood stage by Sunday February 24.
* At 25.0 feet...Extensive river flooding continues in northern Gibson
  County.  Numerous county roads were flooded in March 2011.

&&

LAT...LON 3851 8744 3844 8760 3841 8773 3843 8773
      3852 8755 3854 8744

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC185-INC051-083-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0084.000000T0000Z-190224T2240Z/
/HAZI3.2.ER.000000T0000Z.190215T1000Z.190224T1040Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The White River at Hazleton.
* until Sunday February 24.
* There have been no observations in the last 24 hours.
* Flood stage is 16.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It is forecast to crest at 25.1 feet this afternoon and
  will fall below flood stage by Sunday February 24.
* At 25.0 feet...Extensive river flooding continues in northern Gibson
  County.  Numerous county roads were flooded in March 2011.

&&

LAT...LON 3851 8744 3844 8760 3841 8773 3843 8773
      3852 8755 3854 8744

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Little Wabash River at Carmi

.Moderate flooding continues along the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
The river has crested, and water levels have begun to fall slowly.
The river will fall below flood stage Saturday.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-191-193-181906-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0023.000000T0000Z-190224T0400Z/
/CARI2.2.ER.190207T2218Z.190215T1415Z.190223T2200Z.NO/
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  8:30 AM Sunday the stage was 33.6 feet.
* Flood Stage is 27.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday afternoon.
* Impact...At 32.0 Feet...Flood waters flow up McHenry slough and
  areas near Route 1 and 14 in Carmi begin to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3826 8816 3825 8802 3804 8813 3793 8808
      3791 8812 3801 8828

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Little Wabash River at Carmi

.Moderate flooding continues along the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
The river has crested, and water levels have begun to fall slowly.
The river will fall below flood stage Saturday.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC059-191-193-181906-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0023.000000T0000Z-190224T0400Z/
/CARI2.2.ER.190207T2218Z.190215T1415Z.190223T2200Z.NO/
907 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Little Wabash River at Carmi.
* until Saturday evening.
* At  8:30 AM Sunday the stage was 33.6 feet.
* Flood Stage is 27.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Saturday afternoon.
* Impact...At 32.0 Feet...Flood waters flow up McHenry slough and
  areas near Route 1 and 14 in Carmi begin to flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3826 8816 3825 8802 3804 8813 3793 8808
      3791 8812 3801 8828

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC151-KYC139-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0042.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SMLI2.1.ER.190212T0015Z.190218T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Smithland Dam
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.5 feet by
  tomorrow early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  day.

&&

LAT...LON 3728 8856 3727 8840 3707 8837 3715 8852


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near Murphysboro

.Flooding continues along the Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near
Murphysboro. Water levels continue to fall slowly, and the river is
forecast to fall below flood stage by the middle to end of next week
at both locations.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC055-199-182006-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0028.000000T0000Z-190220T2100Z/
/PLMI2.1.ER.190209T0103Z.190214T0830Z.190220T1500Z.NO/
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Big Muddy River near Plumfield.
* until Wednesday afternoon.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 22.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 20.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  late Wednesday morning.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8901 3801 8895 3789 8898 3778 8915
      3784 8915 3792 8906

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

ILC151-KYC139-182026-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0042.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/SMLI2.1.ER.190212T0015Z.190218T1800Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Smithland Dam
* until further notice.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 46.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue rising to near 46.5 feet by
  tomorrow early afternoon then hold near that level for several
  day.

&&

LAT...LON 3728 8856 3727 8840 3707 8837 3715 8852


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-KYC059-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0041.000000T0000Z-190222T0900Z/
/OWBK2.2.ER.000000T0000Z.190217T0948Z.190222T0300Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Owensboro.
* until late Thursday night.
* At  3:48 AM Sunday the stage was 44.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Thursday before midnight.
* Impact...At 44.0 Feet...Parts of Smothers Park may flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3790 8721 3789 8712 3806 8681 3794 8682
      3771 8710 3780 8728

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
824 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in Indiana...

  Patoka River near Princeton

.Moderate flooding continues along the Patoka River near Princeton.
The river is cresting this morning near 20.2 feet and will begin to
fall slowly later today. The river will fall below flood stage
early Wednesday morning.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC051-181823-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0024.000000T0000Z-190220T1200Z/
/PNTI3.2.ER.190212T0022Z.190217T0745Z.190220T0600Z.NO/
824 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Patoka River near Princeton.
* until Wednesday morning.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 20.2 feet.
* Flood Stage is 18.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  early Wednesday morning.
* Impact...At 22.0 Feet...Flooding affects mainly farmland. Seasonal
  camping trailers closest to the river become inundated.

&&

LAT...LON 3842 8770 3843 8747 3839 8741 3836 8741
      3837 8747 3839 8771

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Kentucky...

  Green River at Paradise and Calhoun

.Moderate flooding continues along the Green River at Paradise and
at Calhoun. At Paradise, the river has crested and begun to fall
very slowly. The river will remain in moderate flood stage through
most of next week. At Calhoun, the river is cresting near 29.7 feet.
It will stay at this level through Monday then begin to fall slowly.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

KYC177-181854-
/O.CON.KPAH.FL.W.0026.000000T0000Z-000000T0000Z/
/PRDK2.2.ER.190208T0038Z.190216T1245Z.000000T0000Z.NO/
855 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Green River at Paradise
* until further notice.
* At  8:15 AM Sunday the stage was 391.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 380.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The River will continue to fall to a stage of 390.5 feet
  by tomorrow morning.

&&

LAT...LON 3746 8716 3742 8703 3726 8689 3720 8697
      3729 8707 3731 8719

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-KYC059-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0041.000000T0000Z-190222T0900Z/
/OWBK2.2.ER.000000T0000Z.190217T0948Z.190222T0300Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Owensboro.
* until late Thursday night.
* At  3:48 AM Sunday the stage was 44.5 feet.
* Flood Stage is 40.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Thursday before midnight.
* Impact...At 44.0 Feet...Parts of Smothers Park may flood.

&&

LAT...LON 3790 8721 3789 8712 3806 8681 3794 8682
      3771 8710 3780 8728

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Indianapolis IN
1035 AM EST Sun Feb 17 2019

...A Flood Warning continues for portions of the following waterways
in Indiana...

  East Fork White River...Muscatatuck River...Wabash River...White
  River...


.Flooding continues along the Wabash, White, East Fork White, and
Muscatatuck Rivers. The Wabash and White rivers are in the moderate
flood stage level at Mount Carmel, Petersburg, and Hazleton. All
the rivers are falling and this trend will largely continue for the
foreseeable future.  Rises of up to 2 feet are expected toward
mid-week, mainly on the Wabash River.  Flooding will last as long as
February 24th in southwest Indiana.

Flooding is affecting local and state roads, a small number
of cabins, widespread agricultural land, and possibly a few
homes...all mainly in southwest Indiana.

Sunday`s light precipitation should have no effect on area waterways,
but precipitation Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening of
between a quarter and a half an inch will produce brief minor rises
at some locations on the major rivers, mostly the Wabash.


Precautionary/Preparedness Actions...

Motorists should never drive into flood water. Turn around and go
another way. Keep children away from flooded areas. Recreational and
agricultural interests should remain alert to changing river
conditions.

For detailed flood information go to weather.gov/ind on the web and
click on rivers and lakes.


ILC047-059-185-193-INC051-083-129-181535-
/O.EXT.KIND.FL.W.0064.000000T0000Z-190224T2308Z/
/MCRI2.2.ER.190208T0246Z.190215T2130Z.190224T1108Z.NO/
935 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  The Wabash River at Mount Carmel.
* until Sunday February 24.
* At  7:45 AM Sunday the stage was 27.8 feet.
* Flood stage is 19.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Moderate flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...It will continue to fall to below flood stage by Sunday
  February 24.
* At 28.0 feet...Critical Stage of Rochester-Mcleary Bluff Levee.
  Cattle and farm equipment must be moved.  Most roads along river or
  near river are now impassible.  Agricultural losses 100 percent in
  areas that are not protected by levees.  The Wabash River is more
  than 2 miles wide at I-64.

&&

LAT...LON 3846 8765 3828 8781 3822 8794 3822 8800
      3827 8800 3847 8777

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near Murphysboro

.Flooding continues along the Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near
Murphysboro. Water levels continue to fall slowly, and the river is
forecast to fall below flood stage by the middle to end of next week
at both locations.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

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/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0028.000000T0000Z-190220T2100Z/
/PLMI2.1.ER.190209T0103Z.190214T0830Z.190220T1500Z.NO/
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Big Muddy River near Plumfield.
* until Wednesday afternoon.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 22.1 feet.
* Flood Stage is 20.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  late Wednesday morning.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8901 3801 8895 3789 8898 3778 8915
      3784 8915 3792 8906

$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...

  Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near Murphysboro

.Flooding continues along the Big Muddy River near Plumfield and near
Murphysboro. Water levels continue to fall slowly, and the river is
forecast to fall below flood stage by the middle to end of next week
at both locations.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

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/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0029.000000T0000Z-190223T0000Z/
/MURI2.2.ER.190208T2000Z.190213T1215Z.190222T1800Z.NO/
1007 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Big Muddy River near Murphysboro.
* until Friday evening.
* At  9:30 AM Sunday the stage was 28.0 feet.
* Flood Stage is 22.0 feet.
* Moderate flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will continue to fall to below flood stage by
  Friday early afternoon.

&&

LAT...LON 3777 8946 3784 8915 3778 8915 3773 8935
      3760 8941 3760 8947

$$


Flood Statement
National Weather Service Memphis TN
1235 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for the L`anguille River...Mississippi
River...North Fork Forked Deer River...Obion River...Right Hand Chute
Little River...S.F. of the Forked Deer River...Saint Francis River...
St Francis River Diversion Ditch.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A followup Flood Statement will be issued this evening or sooner if
conditions warrant.

For graphical river and flood information...please go to
www.weather.gov and click near Memphis on the map, then select Rivers
and Lakes.

Do not drive through flooded areas...turn around don`t drown.

Stay tuned to your weather radio and your local news media for the
latest river information.

&&

MOC143-155-TNC095-181834-
/O.EXT.KMEG.FL.W.0032.000000T0000Z-190303T1200Z/
/TPTT1.1.ER.190213T0000Z.190219T1800Z.190302T1200Z.NO/
1235 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Mississippi River at Tiptonville
* until Saturday March 02.
* At 12 PM Sunday the stage was 39.9 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring AND Minor flooding is forecast.
* Maximum forecast stage of 42.0 feet on Tuesday February 19.
* Flood stage is 37.0 feet.
* The river rose above flood stage Wednesday February 13 and will
  continue rising to near 42.0 feet by Tuesday February 19. The river
  will fall below flood stage Saturday March 02.
* At 42.0 feet...In Tennessee, Pea Ridge Road is flooding. Lane to
  homestead northwest of Pea Ridge Road just by the river is
  flooding. Water begins to go over the Tennemo Levee.

&&

LAT...LON 3650 8957 3650 8938 3623 8948 3623 8977


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0030.000000T0000Z-190225T0630Z/
/NBGI3.1.ER.190209T0933Z.190216T2145Z.190225T0030Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Newburgh Dam.
* until Monday February 25.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 38.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 47.3 feet through this afternoon
  then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below flood stage
  Sunday February 24.
* Impact...At 48.0 Feet...Water approaches part of IN 66 about 1 mile
  downstream from the lock and dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8745 3790 8721 3780 8728 3787 8745


$$

Flood Statement
National Weather Service Paducah Kentucky
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...The flood warning continues for the following rivers in
Illinois...Kentucky and Missouri...

  Ohio River at Owensboro...Newburgh Dam...Evansville...Mount Vernon
  ...J.T. Myers Dam...Golconda...Shawneetown...Smithland Dam...
  Paducah and Cairo

.Minor to moderate flooding continues along the Lower Ohio River.
The river is cresting at Owensboro, Newburgh Dam, and Evansville,
while crests are expected early next week further downstream. At
Smithland Dam, Paducah, and Cairo, the river will hold at the
crest level for several days, perhaps close to a week. Additional
heavy rain is forecast across much of the Tennessee River Valley
next week. Depending on how much rain falls, adjustments to the
forecast may be necessary, especially at Paducah and Cairo. Check
back often for updates to the forecast.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SAFETY MESSAGE...

Never drive cars...trucks or sport utility vehicles through flooded
areas. The water may be too deep to allow safe passage. Never allow
children to play in or near flood waters. Stay tuned to NOAA Weather
Radio or your local media for further statements and possible updated
forecasts.

Additional information is available at
http://www.crh.noaa.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pah /lower case/

&&

INC147-163-173-KYC059-101-182026-
/O.EXT.KPAH.FL.W.0030.000000T0000Z-190225T0630Z/
/NBGI3.1.ER.190209T0933Z.190216T2145Z.190225T0030Z.NO/
1026 AM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

The Flood Warning continues for
  the Ohio River at Newburgh Dam.
* until Monday February 25.
* At 10:00 AM Sunday the stage was 47.3 feet.
* Flood Stage is 38.0 feet.
* Minor flooding is occurring and Minor flooding is forecast.
* Forecast...The river will hold near 47.3 feet through this afternoon
  then begin to fall slowly. The river will fall below flood stage
  Sunday February 24.
* Impact...At 48.0 Feet...Water approaches part of IN 66 about 1 mile
  downstream from the lock and dam.

&&

LAT...LON 3801 8745 3790 8721 3780 8728 3787 8745


$$

Hydrologic Outlook

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
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233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT

Hydrologic Outlook
ILC003-047-055-059-065-069-077-081-087-127-145-151-153-165-181-
185-191-193-199-INC051-125-129-147-163-173-KYC007-033-035-039-047-
055-059-075-083-101-105-107-139-143-145-149-157-177-219-221-225-
233-MOC017-023-031-035-133-143-157-181-201-207-223-181030-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Paducah KY
421 PM CST Sun Feb 17 2019

...ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAINS EXPECTED LATE TUESDAY INTO
WEDNESDAY...

A slow moving storm system will impact portions of the region
with copious amounts of rainfall beginning Tuesday afternoon
across southern portions of western Kentucky and southeast
Missouri. Widespread rains will then spread north across the rest
of the region Tuesday night. Highest amounts are expected to occur
from near the Missouri Bootheel, up through much of western
Kentucky, where the potential for 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain is
highest. Lesser amounts are expected the farther northwest one
travels into southern Illinois and southwest Indiana.

With very moist soil conditions in place, it will not take a good
deal of rainfall to create areal flooding impacts later Tuesday
into Wednesday. In addition, the expected heavier rainfall over
Tennessee and southern Kentucky would likely serve to aggravate
the already flooded river conditions across the region. If the
current forecast hold true, flood watches will likely be required
as the system gets closer in time.

$$

MEFFERT