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Due to the volatile weather this week, most of southern Indiana is flooded. Parts of Morgan, Owen, Brown and Bartholomew counties are being evacuated. 10 counties have been declared disaster areas, including Monroe.
The sad thing is that it’s only going to get worse before it gets any better. I have seen reports on TV that these are century level floods. After the water is gone, we will still have to repair the roads and so on and so forth. Many roads and bridges have became impassable or even demolished due to the water.
Here is what Morgan county looks like:
Here is what Bloomington looked like a few days ago:
For the most part, Monroe county is alright now. All of this flooding has created a major problem though, as it has washed away roads, and in some cases bridges.
It has been very hot and humid, which only causes trouble in the mid-west. It’s been beautiful during the day, but we have been paying for it with these consequences at night.
I have never seen flooding this bad in Indiana in my whole life.