Emergency management officials in South Central Indiana say they are keeping an eye on rivers for possible flooding over the next few days.
The National Weather Service says Indiana has received nearly four inches of rain since the beginning of the year, with almost all of that over the weekend.
A meteorologist from the National Weather Service predicts the combination of rain and melting snow could cause minor flooding in some parts of the state.
The Maple Avenue Park in Terre Haute was most recently the site of an abandoned nursing home which was susceptible to seasonal flooding.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA is set to provide nearly one-and-a-half million dollars to Spencer residents affected by the 2008 floods.
The Indiana Red Cross is expected to spend three weeks on the coast, and Duke plans to have its crews stay about two weeks.
There won't be a bumper crop this year, but depending on summer weather, most farmers should recover.
Cicchitto says Lake Monroe Village is up higher than the flood waters ever reached.
Hoping to take advantage of a window of dry weather, central Indiana farmers are scouring their land for areas that can be planted.
Emergency Management personnel are monitoring and providing sand bags and shelters to people who need help.