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Flooding Continues to Be a Problem Across Southern Missouri

Continued rainfall has led to flooding across the Ozarks. KSMU's Michele Skalicky has more...

These are the watches and warnings now in effect:

**A flash flood warning continues until 2 this afternoon for Barry, Christian, Douglas, Greene, Howell, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, Ozark, Stone, Taney, Texas, Webster and Wright Counties. This warning includes but is not limited to the following low water crossings: Route ZZ at the Myers Branch near Rader, Route CC west of Fair Grove at the Pomme de Terre River, 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, Route KK at Gladden Creek, Route W at Caney Creek, Route E north of Highway 38, Route FF at Hunter Creek east of Ava and Route H 3 miles east of Winona.

**A flash flood warning continues until 8 this morning for Benton and Carroll Counties in NW Arkansas.

**A flood warning continues until 8 this morning for Madison and Washington Counties.

**A flood warning for small streams is in effect thru 7 tomorrow morning for Dade, Dallas, Laclede, Polk and Pulaski Counties. This warning includes but is not limited to the following low water crossings: Route H just north of Pleasant Hope, Route C north of Buffalo at Lindley Creek, Highway 32 east of Buffalo at Greasy Creek, Route AA at Pomme de Terre east of Bolivar, Highway 8 five miles southeast of St. James and Highway 215 just east of Pleasant Hope.

**A flash flood watch is in effect for much of the Ozarks thru tomorrow morning.

Several inches of rain has fallen overnight in the Ozarks. Mike Griffin is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Springfield...


According to Griffin, the rainfall has caused area creeks and rivers to rise...


The Ozarks has a slight to moderate risk for severe weather this afternoon into the evening hours...


Griffin says you should keep your weather radios on today, and stay on top of the weather as the day progresses.There’s a chance for rain thru Wednesday, and then we’ll get a break until Saturday when more rain will be possible.