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MO River Placed Under Flood Warning
05/18/2017

(KAIR)--A Flood Warning is issued for the Missouri River, at Saint Joseph, affecting Doniphan County, in KS, along with the MO counties of Buchanan and Andrew.

The Flood Warning will remain in place from from late Friday night through Monday morning.

Expected heavy rainfall is forecast to cause flooding, with the Missouri River, at Saint Joseph, likely to rise above the flood stage of 17 feet Saturday morning, then continue rising to nearly 18.2 feet by Saturday evening.

Current data released by the National Weather Service indicates the river is expected to fall below flood stage by Sunday evening.

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