DELPHI, Ind. (AP) -- Flooding in Indiana is forcing some people
from their homes, and severe weather elsewhere is making travel
difficult for Super Tuesday voters.
Officials in two northwest Indiana counties are urging people to
evacuate after heavy rain fell overnight. An emergency official
says police drove down the roads waking people up with sirens and
public address announcements.
High water has closed roads in other parts of northern Indiana,
and flood warnings and watches are in effect for much of the state.
Snow or rain has been falling in parts of at least 10 Super
Tuesday states, including New York, Illinois and Massachusetts,
which candidates Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and Mitt
Romney call home.
The same storm system is headed toward the Southeast. A threat
of damaging wind, hail and a chance of tornadoes in places is
worrying Tennessee's election coordinator.
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