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 Flash Flood Watch  Statement as of 3:43 am EDT on August 5, 2015


... Flash Flood Watch now in effect from 1 PM EDT /noon CDT/ this
afternoon through late Thursday night...

The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for

* portions of south central Indiana and central Kentucky.

* From 1 PM EDT /noon CDT/ this afternoon through late Thursday
night

* a slow moving storm system is expected to produce 1.5 to 2
inches of rain with locally higher amounts. This heavy rain
combined with recent heavy rainfall is expected to produce
localized flash flooding concerns.

* Urban and low lying areas will be most prone to flash flooding
concerns... as well as locations that have picked up the most
rainfall in recent weeks.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.



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 Special Statement  Statement as of 5:12 am EDT on August 5, 2015


... Patchy dense fog this morning...

Patchy dense fog was observed at French Lick and Huntingburg
observation sites in southern Indiana this morning. Patchy dense
fog is possible over southern Indiana and north central Kentucky
where skies have become only partly cloudy. Visibilities in these
patches of dense fog are less than a half mile.

Drivers should use caution and be prepared for sudden changes in
visibility. Use low beam headlights in foggy areas.


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512 am EDT Wed Aug 5 2015

... Patchy dense fog this morning...

Patchy dense fog was observed at French Lick and Huntingburg
observation sites in southern Indiana this morning. Patchy dense
fog is possible over southern Indiana and north central Kentucky
where skies have become only partly cloudy. Visibilities in these
patches of dense fog are less than a half mile.

Drivers should use caution and be prepared for sudden changes in
visibility. Use low beam headlights in foggy areas.


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