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.
Many homes in Martin County are flooded, while residents of Orange County are coping well with the high waters.
When encountering a flooded roadway, INDOT urges drivers to turn around and not drive through standing water.
Guests at the West Baden Springs Hotel have been relocated because of rising flood waters.
Falling trees knocked out power and caused property damage across Lawrence County.
Greene and Daviess counties are experiencing flooding that has caused several county roads to be closed.
National Weather Service meteorologists say areas of south-central Indiana should prepare for flooding as storms move into Indiana over the next few days.
In parts of Brown County, residents waited more than two years for government agencies to free up money to buy out damaged properties.