OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) —
The National Weather Service of Omaha/Valley has issued a flood warning which will last until noon today.
Much of Eastern Nebraska and Iowa is currently in the flood warning zone as well as a portion of South Dakota.
Flooding along the Missouri River and its tributaries as well as other rivers that the Missouri River feeds into is likely.
We will provide ongoing coverage of this major weather event as more details become available.
Tweets of flooding occurring around the state:
🚧Turn around don’t drown! 🚧Please please don’t drive through a flooded roadway. Lots of flooding on county roads in north central Nebraska. 🚧— NSP_TrooperGena (@NSP_TrooperGena) March 13, 2019
Looking East at RD 762 from mile marker 34 on Highway 21 in Dawson County. Be careful of standing/running water in all low areas! pic.twitter.com/zvwFpq6FMi— NSP Troop D (@NSP_TroopD) March 13, 2019
Meanwhile, we already have flooding going on in northeast Nebraska.— NEStatePatrol (@NEStatePatrol) March 13, 2019
Here's the scene near Wakefield on Highway 35.
Turn around, don't drown. pic.twitter.com/yF9vxoGJm3
This is the walking trail underneath Logan Creek bridge. Please STAY AWAY from the area, it is dangerous right now with fast moving water that is still rising rapidly. The trail is CLOSED until further notice. pic.twitter.com/G7R7bZBKq6— City of Wayne (@CityofWayne) March 13, 2019
I think this might be one of those years hill farmers are going to look a lot smarter than us bottom farmers.— Will Longinaker (@WLonginaker) March 13, 2019
Taylor Bridge over the West Nishnabotna River, Riverside Township, Fremont County, Iowa. pic.twitter.com/jZCUxw5D0Q
Maple Creek is about to crest over Highway 77 near Nickerson in Dodge County. Please be mindful of your surroundings and water over the roadways. pic.twitter.com/BNH3sn5Iah— NSP_TroopANightShift (@NSPTroopANights) March 13, 2019
Flooding is affecting numerous communities in northeast Nebraska.— NEStatePatrol (@NEStatePatrol) March 13, 2019
There are many road closures in the area because of flooding. Please do not drive through flood waters. pic.twitter.com/ur4PavN5od
The melting snow and the rain has caused Haworth Park in Bellevue to flood pic.twitter.com/6PjduqfASW— Phil Bergman (@PhilBergmanTV) March 13, 2019