Farmers with cattle grazing along bottom areas of East Fork White River and Muscatatuck River will want to keep an eye out for flooding in coming days.
The National Weather Service expects East Fork White River to swell beyond the 12-foot flood stage at Seymour early Monday morning. It should crest at 13.9 feet by 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Don’t expect the flooding to taper off quickly. High water likely will continue all of next week, the weather service said.
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