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Weather for Lima, Ohio

Lat: 40.74N, Lon: 84.11W
Wx Zone: OHZ025 CWA Used: IWX

Ohio Drought Monitor

The Ohio Drought monitor is a subset of the United States Monitor, issued every Thursday morning, based on drought conditions the previous Tuesday. The map below shows the current drought level around the state, and the percent of Ohio land area in each drought level compared to the previous week.

Read an explanation of the drought intensities and what they mean.

Ohio Drought Monitor

Ohio Hydrologic Information Statement

Note that if drought conditions are not being experienced, or in the case of river flooding or heavy rain, this statement may be used to indicate river flows or flood potential.

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INC001-003-009-017-033-039-049-053-069-075-085-087-091-099-103-
113-131-141-149-151-169-179-181-183-MIC021-023-027-059-149-OHC003-
039-051-069-125-137-161-171-280730-
Adams-Allen IN-Blackford-Cass IN-De Kalb-Elkhart-Fulton IN-Grant-
Huntington-Jay-Kosciusko-Lagrange-La Porte-Marshall-Miami-Noble-
Pulaski-St. Joseph IN-Starke-Steuben-Wabash-Wells-White-Whitley-
Berrien-Branch-Cass MI-Hillsdale-St. Joseph MI-Allen OH-Defiance-
Fulton OH-Henry-Paulding-Putnam-Van Wert-Williams-

Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Northern Indiana
319 PM EDT Thu Apr 27 2017 /219 PM CDT Thu Apr 27 2017/

...River Flooding Possible This Weekend and Early Next Week...

Moderate to heavy rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches is expected 
Saturday through Monday morning, with localized heavier amounts 
possible across northwest Indiana and southwest Lower Michigan. 
The heaviest rainfall is expected to fall Saturday afternoon 
through Sunday morning. This may be sufficient to cause 
significant river flooding into early next week. 

People who live or routinely travel near rivers and streams in the
area should monitor the latest weather forecasts over the next 
few days for possible flood watches and warnings. 

For detailed river flood information, visit our web site at 
weather.gov/iwx and click on the Rivers and Lakes. 

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