Heavy rainfall from the remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy has caused scattered street flooding across central and southern Indiana.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has requested federal assistance that could help nine counties devastated by flooding.
Both beaches are fully submerged in water due to heave rainfall and will not be open during Memorial Day weekend.
Greene County General Hospital is repairing flood damage after heavy storms caused a pipe to burst.
Heavy rainfall this week caused leaks in areas that weren't previously identified.
Indianapolis received a record rainfall total for April 29 of 1.99 inches. The old record was 1.71 inches set in 1970.
Indiana has been hit with severe rain all throughout the year, from debilitating floods in July to the heavy rains this past week.
Some communities like Shoals are already experiencing the effects of two to five inches of rainfall that fell between Saturday and Monday morning.
FEMA upheld its earlier ruling that the state experienced two distinct weather events.
In a statement, Gov. Mike Pence says the Indiana Department of Homeland Security will appeal the agency's decision.