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Tuesday, February 5th, 2008
Photo by Mark Pummell
No place for cars
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Some roadways throughout the county were covered in water this morning after heavy thunderstorms dumped more than 2 inches of rain Monday night, according to local weather forecaster Dennis Howick. A high water sign warns motorists at the intersection of Jill Avenue and Fairground Road in Celina. Flooded basements were reported in Celina, Coldwater, Fort Recovery and Rockford with the National Weather Service issuing a flood watch through 9 a.m. Wednesday. Temperatures will drop overnight with Wednesday's forecast calling for showers, possible snow flurries and a high of 37.
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Saturday Night
Partly Cloudy
1%
Sunday
20°
Snow
79%
Sunday Night
20°
Snow Likely
80%
Presidents Day
35°
Slight Chance Rain/Snow
27%
Monday Night
28°
Slight Chance Snow
20%
Tuesday
37°
Rain Likely
63%
Tuesday Night
27°
Chance Snow
63%
Wednesday
33°
Mostly Cloudy
14%
Wednesday Night
19°
Partly Cloudy
14%
Thursday
33°
Mostly Cloudy
9%
Thursday Night
28°
Mostly Cloudy
12%
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