A flood warning for the East Fork White River at Seymour continues until further notice because of heavy rain.
At 6 p.m. Thursday, the National Weather Service was estimating the river to be at 12.7 feet. Flood stage is 12 feet.
The river is expected to continue to rise to 15.8 feet by Sunday morning before beginning to fall, according to the weather service.
Many county and state roads in a floodplain become impassable due to high water. These include State Road 235 east of Medora and County Road 725N.
Other local roads affected by high water include county roads near Vallonia and Shieldstown; Slab Road west of Brownstown; County Road 525N near the Seymour wastewater treatment plant; Honeytown Road; and possibly State Road 250 east of Dudleytown and State Road 256 west of Austin.