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Warm Weather Prompts Flooding Concerns



The National Weather Service says much warmer temperatures headed toward Indiana could fuel river flooding as the state's thick snowpack begins melting away.

The weather service says snowfall amounts up to one foot cover parts of Indiana, containing the equivalent of more than three inches of water that will begin melting as temperatures rise.

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Locations : Indiana