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July 13, 2017MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Dieringer

Flooding in northern Missouri

Flooding was experienced in the majority of the KXCV-KRNW listening area last night and early this morning. Heavy rainfall was most extreme from east of Maryville and northwest of Chillicothe. Rainfall amounts were between three to seven inches in those areas.

Flood warnings do remain in effect for portions of the listening area until 5:45 p.m. today. Those locations include Grundy, Sullivan, Livingston, Daviess, Gentry, southern Harrison, southwestern Worth, southeastern Putnam, northeastern Caldwell and northeastern DeKalb counties.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Sarah Grana says there are still two rivers in north Missouri that could experience flooding today and added that there are still two road closures in the area.

Grana reminds motorists to turn around if they come upon flooded roadways. Even six inches of water is enough to sweep away a vehicle.