Flood Advisories, Warnings Remain in Effect for the Region

by: Scott McCaulley

Rain that has fallen off and on in the Lakes Region today sees area waterways on the rise.

A Flood Warning remains in effect for Central Barry County for parts of this evening which includes areas around Roaring River State Park. Areas of Flat Creek have already had reports of low water crossings flooded.

Flood Advisories are still in effect through this evening for Northern parts of Stone and Taney Counties.

A brief break in the rain is expected overnight into Tuesday before another round of rain hits the Lakes Region.


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