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Berrien County sees more rain which is leading to flooding

BERRIEN COUNTY, MI – The accumulation of rain on Thursday and Friday morning is causing flooding in Berrien County.

The Baroda Township area saw just over five inches of rain in less than a day, whereas the area usually sees 3.7 inches of rain per month.

Standing water on Cleveland road near the corner of W. Linco Rd was making it almost impassable.

Police placed “Water over Road” signs on the street and they are cautioning drivers about driving through standing water.

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