Weather

County,
Flood Warning issued June 19 at 6:55PM CDT by NWS
Effective: 6:55 p.m. on Friday, June 19, 2015
Expires: 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 20, 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD HAS EXTENDED THE
* FLOOD WARNING FOR...
BARRY COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...
LAWRENCE COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...
MCDONALD COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...
NEWTON COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...
STONE COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI...
* UNTIL 1100 AM CDT SATURDAY.
* AT 646 PM CDT...THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
INDICATED THAT NUMEROUS LOW WATER CROSSINGS REMAIN FLOODED AND
CLOSED ACROSS THE WARNED AREA. WHILE THE RAIN HAS
ENDED...ADDITIONAL RISES ARE LIKELY ON AREA STREAMS AND
RIVERS...INCLUDING THE JAMES RIVER THROUGH STONE COUNTY...AS
FLOOD WATERS MOVE DOWNSTREAM. ADDITIONAL FLOODING WILL BE LIKELY
WHERE THESE RISES OCCUR.
* RUNOFF FROM THIS RAIN IS CAUSING FLOODING. LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING
INCLUDE...ANDERSON...AURORA...BIG SUGAR CREEK STATE PARK...BRANSON
WEST...CASSVILLE...CRANE...DIAMOND...EXETER...FAIRVIEW...GALENA...
GOODMAN...GRANBY...INDIAN POINT...JOPLIN...KIMBERLING CITY...
LANAGAN...LEAWOOD...MARIONVILLE...MILLER...MONETT...MOUNT VERNON...
NEOSHO...NOEL...PIERCE CITY...PINEVILLE...PURDY...REEDS SPRING...
ROARING RIVER STATE PARK...SAGINAW...SELIGMAN...SENECA...SHOAL
CREEK DRIVE...SILVER CREEK...SOUTH WEST CITY...VERONA...WASHBURN
AND WHEATON. CREEKS...STREAMS AND LOW WATER CROSSINGS WILL BE
ESPECIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE DANGERS OF FLOODING.
THIS WARNING INCLUDES BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING LOW WATER
CROSSINGS...
HIGHWAY 43 AT BUFFALO CREEK WEST OF ANDERSON...
BUSINESS HIGHWAY 60 JUST NORTH OF NEOSHO...
HIGHWAY 13 AT RAILEY CREEK NEAR REEDS SPRING...
HIGHWAY 13 AT PINE RUN NORTHWEST OF GALENA...
HIGHWAY 97 AT THE SPRING RIVER NORTH OF STOTTS CITY.
ALONG WITH MANY SMALLER STREAMS AND CREEKS...SIGNIFICANT RISES ARE
STILL EXPECTED TONIGHT AND EARLY SATURDAY MORNING ALONG THE JAMES
RIVER THROUGH STONE COUNTY. THE RIVER IS EXPECTED TO RISE MUCH AS
15 FEET IN SOME LOCATIONS THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS FLOOD
WATERS MOVE DOWNSTREAM.

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