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  • Covington Road section restricted next week
    Lane restrictions are scheduled next week on the north side of Covington Road between Homestead and Scott roads, the city of Fort Wayne said today.
  • Rivergreenway section closed, Tillman restricted for month
    The Rivergreenway Trail between Lower Huntington Road and South Calhoun Street is to close for a month, and Tillman Road will have intermittent single-lane closures, as a floodway levee is built, the city of Fort Wayne said today.
  • Broadway water leak to be repaired Saturday
    A water leak on Broadway, about 1,000 feet north of its intersection with Bluffton Road, will be repaired Saturday morning, the city of Fort Wayne said today.

Flood warnings continue

The National Weather Service in northern Indiana updated its flood warning for the following rivers at 11 a.m. Friday:

  • Wabash River near Linn Grove affecting Adams and Wells counties.
  • Wabash River at Logansport affecting Adams, Carroll, Cass, Huntington, Miami, Tippecanoe, Wabash and Wells counties.
  • St. Marys River near Decatur affecting Adams, Allen and Van Wert counties. At 10 am Friday the stage was 16.4 feet and rising. Flood stage is 17.0 feet. It is expected to reach flood stage about 2 a.m. Saturday.
  • St. Joseph River above Newville affecting Allen, DeKalb and Defiance counties. At 10 a.m. Friday, the stage was 12.8 feet and rising. Flood state is 12.0 feet. Minor flooding was occurring and moderate flooding is forecast.
  • Eel River at North Manchester affecting Cass, Kosciusko, Miami, Wabash and Whitley counties.
  • Tippecanoe River near Ora affecting Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, Pulaski and Starke counties.
  • St. Joseph River below Montpelier affecting Williams County.
Note: The sites listed are not necessarily those with the highest waters but where those rivers are measured.