GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- Springfield alone saw more than 2.5 inches of rain over the last 24 hours, and more is heading our way.
The video above features images from
Sequiota Park, Galloway Village, and Farm Road 193, where barriers are keeping
drivers from the high water.
Current road closings due to flooding
The National Weather Service also reports the upper James River in southern Greene County is high.
The Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management is keeping an eye on the high waters.
We'll see another 1-4 inches through tomorrow morning on top of what we've already received. Some isolated locations could pick up even more. This will likely cause more flooding across the Ozarks, especially in low lying areas and near rivers and creeks.
The best chance to see severe weather will be from around 3
p.m. Friday through early Saturday morning.
Click here for the latest forecast from Your Weather Experts.
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