UPDATE: Tri-State feeling impact of heavy rains

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(WEHT)- Several watches and warnings for the Tri-State area are in still in effect Saturday as a system dumping several inches of rain across the area moves through the region.

The Indiana Department of Transportation reports several state roads are closed due to high water on the roadway. State Road 68 and State Road 165 are both closed west of Poseyville.

State Road 145 is also closed between I-64 and State Road 64 in Perry and Dubois counties. No time table has been set for when these roads may be reopened.

Kentucky road closures (updated: 6:25 PM)

Henderson County

KY 812 is closed at the 2 to 5 mm – signs are posted

KY 2247 is closed at the 0 to 2 mm – signs are posted

KY 1557 is closed at the 2 to 3 mm – signs are posted

KY 2248 is closed at the 0 to 1 mm – signs are posted

KY 268 is open at the 1 to 2 mm – high water signs posted

Hopkins County

KY 502 is closed at the 1 to 3 mm and 4 to 5mm – signs are posted

KY 3059 is closed at the 3 to 4 to mm – signs are posted

KY 2281 is closed at the 0 to 1 to mm – signs are posted

Muhlenberg County

KY 1380 is closed at the 2 to 3 mm – signs are posted

Ohio County

KY 2670 is open at the 2 to 3 mm – high water signs are posted

Webster County

KY 138 is open at the 10.5 to 10.7 mm – high water signs are posted

KY 2837 is open at the 2.5 to 3.0 mm – high water signs are posted

KY 2838 is closed at the 0.6 to 1.0 mm – signs are posted – OPEN

KY 132 is closed at the 12 to 13 mm – signs are posted

KY 2836 is closed at the 0.5 to 1.0 mm – signs are posted – OPEN

KY 270 is closed at the 6.9 to 8.5 mm – signs are posted

KY 120 is closed at the 10 to 11 mm – signs are posted – OPEN

Union County

KY 492 is closed at the 10.5 to 8 mm – signs are posted

KY 760 is closed at the 0 to 2.5 – signs are posted

Vectren reported that crews were out responding to 14 outages in the Tri-State, affecting about 500 customers. Vectren also reported that the storms took down a tree on Browning Rd. in north Evansville, taking a power line with it.

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(This story was originally published on January 11, 2020)

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