Some areas of the state received record amounts of rainfall through Wednesday, and flooding continues.
Continued flooding across northern Indiana has caused widespread road closures and warnings that it could take several days for high waters to recede.
Flood warnings and advisories are in effect for central and southern parts of Indiana this week. Forecasters are predicting another 3 to 6 inches of rain.
The record rainfall this week is the latest setback farmers are facing during an unusually wet summer.
Much of the damage happened around Kokomo and in the Franklin area south of Indianapolis from waves of storms that moved across the state Monday and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service predicts more rain this week, with possible thunderstorms Wednesday night and storms throughout the day on Thursday.
Flash flood watches and warnings were in effect Tuesday for much of central Indiana, with more severe storms possible.
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.