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Some streets in the flood-prone city are under water as the Blanchard River continues to rise.
Earlier this week forecasters warned of major flooding in Findlay in northwest Ohio, which has seen repeated flooding on the Blanchard River. Now the forecast has been revised and residents and business owners are relieved.
Officials have closed some Findlay streets, although flooding isn’t expected to approach what happened last spring or the record flood of 2007.
Four years after massive flooding devastated much of the city of Findlay, emergency officials there say the troubled Blanchard River is once again creeping over its banks.
It’s an ominous first day of spring across Ohio, as authorities watch rivers that are expected to crest well above flood stage. Already, communities are dealing with swamped homes and submerged roads after several days of heavy rain.