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Last updated on Tuesday, June 8, 2010
(UNDATED) - Indiana has dodged significant flooding so far this year.
Meteorologists are hoping the state's luck holds this week.
The weekend provided enough of a break in the rain to lower river levels which had been rising last week.
But there's more rain expected the next couple of days.
National Weather Service Hydrologist Adam Baker says Wabash River levels are higher than other Indiana waterways, but well short of flood stage.
Potentially heavy rain is expected to move in today or possibly Wednesday.
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