(UNDATED) - More new major flooding continues to develop in Southern Indiana, mostly towards the southwest.
River crests along the East Fork of the White River have come through most of Lawrence County as of last night, through river levels will remain above flood stage for the next few days at least.
Up in Greene County, the White River rose more than 2 feet over 1913 records in Elliston. Newberry also broke 1913 records by about 1 and a half feet.
Here in Lawrence County, flood warnings in Rivervale continue until further notice, and the same is the case in Williams. IN-450 is flooded as far east as Louie Smith Road as of yesterday afternoon.
Here in Bedford, flood warnings should be winding down this morning.
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