Flash Flood Warning for Jefferson County

The National Weather Service in Omaha has Issued A

* Flash Flood Warning For
Jefferson county in Southeastern Nebraska

* Until 245am CST Wednesday.

* At 848pm CST, Thunderstorms continued to Produce Heavy Rain Over
Parts of Jefferson County. Rain Amounts near the county Line
Northwest of Reynolds Were Likely near 7 Inches. Emergency
Management reported Some Flooding with Water over Roads Around
Reynolds. Flash Flooding is Expected to Continue Especially West
of Fairbury.

* Some Locations That Could Experience Flooding Include
Fairbury, Endicott, Jansen, Reynolds, Steele City, Harbine, Crystal
Springs Campground, Buckley Creek Recreational Area, Camp
Jefferson, Alexandria State Recreation Area, Rock Creek Station
State Historical Park and Cub Creek Recreational Area.
A Flash Flood Warning Means That Flooding is Imminent or Occurring.
if you are in the Warned area Move to Higher Ground Immediately.
Residents Living Along Streams and Creeks Should Take Immediate
Precautions to Protect Life and Property.

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