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Flooding and Damage Reported Around SW Missouri

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Storms late Thursday night and early Friday morning pushed many rivers and streams from their banks around southern Missouri.  And high winds and a possible tornado have left behind damaged buildings and trees down in some areas.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Storms late Thursday night and early Friday morning pushed many rivers and streams from their banks around southern Missouri.  And high winds and a possible tornado have left behind damaged buildings and trees down in some areas.

Heavy rainfall from previous thunderstorms has  pushed east toward southeast Missouri, but flooding will likely continue through  much of the morning near creeks and   streams and low lying areas.

Runoff from this rain is causing flooding. Creeks, streams and low water crossings will be especially susceptible to the dangers of  flooding.

See current road closings due to flooding here   
http://maps.modot.mo.gov/timi/

Flash Flood Warnings are issued by the National Weather Service for these areas:

Until 7:00 a.m.: 

Eastern Ozark County
Howell County
Northwest Oregon County
Shannon County
Southeast Douglas Conty
Southeast Texas County

Until 4:00 a.m. for:
Douglas County
Northeastern Taney County
Northwestern Howell County
Northwestern Ozark County
Southeastern Christian County
Southern Wright County
Texas County
Western Dent County.


Damage reports made to the National Weather Service:


156 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 miles west of Moody, Missouri, in Howell County, by the Emergency Management director - reports low ater crossings flooded and impassable.
              

1240 AM     Several buildings damaged near Hutton Valley.  Possible tornado.  6 miles west, southwest of Mountain View in Howell County. 

0815 PM     Trees down along Highway H 1 mile southeast of Edgar Springs in Phelps County. 

1030 PM     FLASH FLOOD   2 miles north of Stotts City in Lawrence County.  MoDOT reports Highway 97 closed due to flooding. 


1050 PM     3.40 inches of rain reported in Hartville in Wright County. 


0955 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 miles north of Hartville in Wright County.  MoDOT reports Highway E closed due to flooding.



1029 PM     FLASH FLOOD      7 east miles of Goodman in McDonald County.   1 to 2 feet of flowing water over the road at Elkhorn Creek and Highway CC.


1000 PM     HEAVY RAIN       4.20 inches of rain over several hours at  Halltown in Lawrence County


0930 PM     FLASH FLOOD    Apartment building with water entering the structures in Mansfield in Wright County, according to law enforcement.   


0900 PM     HEAVY RAIN       6 miles south-southwest of Springfield in Greene County, 3 inches of rain in about 2 hours, reported by a National Weather Service employee.  

0758 PM     FLASH FLOOD      6 miles east-southeast of Marshfield in Webster County - MoDOT reports Highway 38 closed due to flooding.  

0848 PM     FLASH FLOOD      4 miles east of Clever in Christian County.  Amateur radio reports flooding of Willoughby Road about 1/2 mile west of Highway N. 

0820 PM     FLASH FLOOD      5 miles north of Battlefield, Missouri in Greene County, National Weather Service employee reports Wilsons Creek out of its banks and flooding near Farm Road 146 and 123.

0815 PM     FLASH FLOOD      5 miles north-northeast of Battlefield.  National Weather Service employees reports Wilsons Creek out of its banks at Scenic Avenue in Springfield. 


0723 PM     FLASH FLOOD     Law enforcement in Pierce City in Lawrence County reports flooding around Pierce City and the north side of Monett.  Many intersections under water.   


0548 PM     FLOOD       The public in Joplin, Missouri reports 3-5 inches of flowing water over Zora Road and Miller Road.     


0356 PM     Several large trees down in Peace Valley in Howell County, according to Emergency Management director.

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