Photo courtesy of Joe and Barb Holcomb
A storm system west of Indiana has caused more flood warnings throughout the already devastated state.
The National Weather Service said the system could drop from 1 to 3 inches of rain Monday.
Gov. Mitch Daniels' spokeswoman said Daniels already has given 23 of Indiana's 92 counties disaster declarations.
As much as 11 inches of rain swamped the state Saturday, flooding homes, threatening dams and closing several roads and highways. The flooding killed at least one person, a man who drowned in his vehicle in Bartholomew County about 50 miles south of Indianapolis.