Some Ohio rivers are placed under flood warnings after several days of showers and storms.
Water levels in Blanchard River near Findlay is expected to rise up to 13 feet Wednesday evening.
As of 8 a.m., the National Weather service placed other rivers under flood warning including Huron River near Milan, Scioto River near Prospect, and Portage River at Woodville.
Experts urges drivers never to drive vehicles into water covers the roadway as drivers can underestimate the depth of the water. Experts say one foot of flowing water can sweep vehicles off the road.
For more weather updates, Jon James has the latest details.