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Flood Warning issued February 21 at 2:39AM CST until February 23 at 6:30PM CST by NWS
Effective: 9:25 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
Expires: 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a
* Flood Warning for...
Ozark County in southwestern Missouri...
Shannon County in south central Missouri...
Eastern Douglas County in southwestern Missouri...
Southern Dent County in south central Missouri...
Howell County in south central Missouri...
Southeastern Texas County in south central Missouri...
Oregon County in south central Missouri...
* Until 1030 AM CST Wednesday
* At 236 AM CST, Doppler radar indicated heavy rain that will cause
flooding. Up to three inches of rain has already fallen across a
large area of south central Missouri. Small streams and creeks
within the Jacks Fork, North Fork, Current, and Eleven Point
rivers are expected to flood. Sections of these main stem rivers
could also flood, particularly along the Jacks Fork River from
Buck Hollow down to Alley Spring.
* Creeks, streams, and low water crossings will be especially
susceptible to the dangers of flooding.
Locations in the warning include...
West Plains... Current River State Park...
Grand Gulf State Park... Montauk State Park...
Salem... Licking...
Mountain View... Thayer...
Willow Springs... Cabool...
Houston... Winona...
Alton... Gainesville...
Birch Tree... Eminence...
Pomona... Summersville...
Bunker... Raymondville...
This warning includes but is not limited to the following low water
crossings...
Route H, 3 miles east of Winona...
Highway 142 at The Spring River west of Lanton...
Highway 142 at The Bennetts River west of Moody...
Route K, 3 miles southwest of Pottersville...
Route H at Rocky Creek 6 miles northeast of Winona...
Route H at Thomas Hollow 8 miles northeast of Winona...
Highway 142 at Myatt Creek 4 miles east of Lanton...
Route Y, 4 miles northwest of Mountain View...
Route JJ at The Spring River just south of Highway 160...
and Route U, 6 miles east of Willow Springs.

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