WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) - A series of storms late Friday night into Saturday morning left thousands of people in the dark across the Wabash Valley.
After storms moved through the area, Duke Energy at one point reported around 13,000 customers in our viewing area without power, with most of those outages happening in Vigo County.
WIN Energy REMC said it has around 2,500 outages in Vigo and Sullivan Counties.
Police ask that you do not call 911 for a power outage unless you are in an emergency situation.
Report outages directly to your power company.
If you come across power lines down, do not approach them.
Flooding and downed trees
We've received reports of flooded roadways across the Wabash Valley.
An emergency declaration was issued on Saturday morning in Owen County, due to damaged roads and flooding.
As a reminder, if you see a flooded road, do not try and drive through...no matter how shallow it looks.
Storm Team 10 has received reports of numerous trees down across the area.
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Rainfall accumulation reports:
- Terre Haute Regional Airport (Midnight Saturday morning to 9:00 AM) - 3.6 inches
- 5 miles south of Terre Haute, Indiana - 5.11 inches
- Spencer, Indiana - 7.41 inches
- 5 miles SW of Paris, Illinois - 6.47 inches
- 6 miles S of Clay City, Indiana - 3.05 inches
- Sullivan, Indiana - 1.38 inches
Radar estimated rainfall accumulations the last 12 hours: