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Last updated on Tuesday, February 10, 2009
(BEDFORD) - More weather problems may be headed our way with a high pressure front expected to move in before long.
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis declared a flood warning for the White River East Fork in Lawrence, Jackson and Washington Counties which won't expire until at least Thursday morning.
Now, the National Weather Service offices in Indy, Louisville and other areas are declaring a high wind watch for Indiana from Lafayette south, as well as most of the Ohio River Valley.
A high pressure system, which radar this morning is showing producing snow in the Dakotas, is expected to push its way down here, potentially producing high, damaging wind speeds.
The high wind watch will also expire Thursday morning. So make sure you keep tuned to 1340 WBIW for severe weather information as it develops.
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