Rain to continue through Wednesday prompting flooding concerns

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Rain will be continuing in northern Indiana through tomorrow.

The heaviest amounts of rainfall will be north of US-24 with the heaviest rain falling late tonight. This could cause moderate and major river flooding in some locations through the end of the week.

A flood watch has already been issued for Kosciusko County, ending at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

It’s important to to stay alert of flooding potential, especially if you live in flood prone areas.

The Kosciusko County Emergency Management Agency says sand and bags are available at the Kosciusko County Highway facility on Old 30 east of Warsaw, but you’ll need to bring your own shovel and manpower.