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Flood Advisory

Flood Advisory issued May 30 at 12:05PM CDT until May 30 at 1:30PM CDT by NWS Hastings NE

* WHAT...Flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues. * WHERE...A portion of central Nebraska, including the following counties, Howard, Merrick and Nance. * WHEN...Until 130 PM CDT. * IMPACTS...Minor flooding in low-lying and poor drainage areas. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS... - At 1158 AM CDT, Doppler radar indicated that heavy rain from earlier Thursday morning had long since moved out of the area. However, at least minor flooding likely continues across parts of the area due to 1 to 3 inches that earlier fell. Although spotty showers and thunderstorms could move back into the area into early this afternoon, any threat for potentially concentrated heavy rain should hold off until late this afternoon or this evening, if it even occurs in the Advisory area again at all during the next 24 hours. - This includes the following streams and drainages... Spring Creek, Prairie Slough, Lake Creek, Elk Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Silver Creek, Warm Slough, Horse Creek, Rock Creek and Prairie Creek. - Some locations that could experience flooding include... Palmer, Cushing and Archer. - http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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Area
Howard, NE; Merrick, NE; Nance, NE

Flood Warning

Flood Warning issued May 30 at 11:31AM CDT until May 31 at 12:00PM CDT by NWS Hastings NE

* WHAT...Flooding caused by excessive rainfall is expected. * WHERE...A portion of central Nebraska, including the following counties, Howard and Sherman. * WHEN...Until noon CDT Friday. * IMPACTS...Doppler radar indicated that heavy rain from earlier Thursday morning had long since moved out of the area. However, widespread areal flooding continues within the Warning area as a result of 2 to 5 inches that earlier fell. Law enforcement and emergency management reported that numerous rural roads have been closed, and reports and photos from the public and spotters confirm that several small creeks remain flooded. This includes an automated gauge along the Turkey Creek north of Dannebrog, which has rapidly risen to 17.5 feet as of 1045 AM CDT, slightly above the 17.0 foot flood stage. Although spotty showers and thunderstorms could move back into the area into early this afternoon, any threat for potentially concentrated heavy rain should hold off until late this afternoon or this evening, if it even occurs again in the Warning area at all during the next 24 hours. However, even if additional rain is minimal, it will take many hours for creeks and streams to recedes back into their banks, and this is why this Flood Warning has been issued out through Friday morning. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS... - At 1130 AM CDT, Doppler radar and automated rain gauges indicated heavy rain due to earlier thunderstorms. Flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly in the warned area. Between 2 and 5 inches of rain have fallen. - This includes the following streams and drainages... Oak Creek, Munson Creek, Auger Creek, Moffet Creek, Cady Creek, Dry Creek, Cedar Creek, Lake Creek, Turkey Creek, Cow Creek, Davis Creek, Deer Creek, Prairie Slough, Spring Creek, Big Slough and Rock Creek. - Some locations that could experience flooding include... St. Paul, Dannebrog, Elba, Ashton, Howard City, Farwell, Cotesfield, Boelus and Sherman Reservoir Dam. - http://www.weather.gov/safety/flood

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Area
Howard, NE; Sherman, NE

Flash Flood Warning

Flash Flood Warning issued May 30 at 11:17AM CDT until May 30 at 1:45PM CDT by NWS Hastings NE

FFWGID The National Weather Service in Hastings has extended the * Flash Flood Warning for... Western Howard County in central Nebraska... East Central Sherman County in central Nebraska... * Until 145 PM CDT. * At 1117 AM CDT, Doppler radar indicated that heavy rain from earlier this morning had long since moved out of the area. However, flash flooding continues in the area as a result of 2 to 5 inches that earlier fell. Law enforcement and emergency management reported that numerous rural roads have been closed, and reports and photos from the public and spotters confirm that several small creeks remain flooded. This includes an automated gauge along the Turkey Creek north of Dannebrog, which has rapidly risen to 17.5 feet, slightly above the 17.0 foot flood state. Although spotty showers and thunderstorms could move back into the area into early this afternoon, fortunately any threat for potentially concentrated heavy rain should hold off until late this afternoon or this evening, if it even occurs again in the Warning area at all during the next 24 hours. HAZARD...Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms. SOURCE...Law enforcement and emergence management reported. IMPACT...Flash flooding of small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses as well as other poor drainage and low-lying areas. * Some locations that could experience flash flooding include... St. Paul, Elba, Ashton and Farwell. This includes the following streams and drainages... Munson Creek, Cedar Creek, Turkey Creek, Cow Creek, Auger Creek, Cady Creek, Oak Creek and Davis Creek.

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Area
Howard, NE; Sherman, NE
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