Weather Alerts

Flash Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Dickinson

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Flash Flood Warning
National Weather Service Topeka Ks
1129 Pm Cdt Sun Aug 31 2014
The National Weather Service In Topeka Has Issued A
- Flash Flood Warning For
Southern Dickinson County In Central Kansas
- Until 330 Am Cdt
- At 1124 Pm Cdt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
Very Heavy Rain Of 2 To 4 Inches From Thunderstorms Over The
Warned Area. Additional Thunderstorms Are Expected To Produce
Another 1 To 3 Inches Of Rain In The Warned Area.
- Locations Impacted Include
Carlton
Herington
Hope
Woodbine
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Be Especially Cautious At Night When It Is Harder To Recognize The
Dangers Of Flooding. Flood Waters Over Roadways Can Be Nearly
Impossible To See After Dark. Be Especially Cautious When Driving
Into Low Areas. If You Live In A Low Lying Area, Be Prepared To Move
To Higher Ground If Needed Away From Rising Water.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Anderson
  • Morris
  • Osage
  • Franklin
  • Lyon

Severe Thunderstorm Watch 480 Previously In Effect Until 1 Am
Cdt Early This Morning Is Now In Effect Until 3 Am Cdt Early
This Morning For The Following Areas
In Kansas This Watch Includes 6 Counties
In East Central Kansas
Anderson Coffey Franklin
Lyon Morris Osage
This Includes The Cities Of Emporia And Ottawa.

Flash Flood Watch

Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect Until 10 Am Cdt Monday
The Flash Flood Watch Continues For
- Portions Of Kansas And Missouri Including The Following
Areas In Kansas Atchison Ks Doniphan Johnson Ks
Leavenworth And Wyandotte. In Missouri Andrew Atchison
Mo Buchanan Caldwell Clay Clinton Daviess De
Kalb Gentry Harrison Holt Jackson Nodaway Platte
Ray And Worth.
- Until 10 Am Cdt Monday
- Widespread Rainfall Amounts Of 1 To 2 Inches Are Expected
Across The Watch Area With Up To 3 Inches Possible Under The
Most Persistent Thunderstorm Activity.
- With Heavy Rainfall Rates Expected On Top Of Already Moist
Soils And The Highly Urbanized Areas In The Greater Kansas
City Metro .the Threat For Flash Flooding Will Increase
During The Overnight Hours. Be Especially Cautious At Night
When It Is Often Harder To Recognize Developing Flash Floods.
A Flash Flood Watch Means That Conditions May Develop That Lead
To Flash Flooding. Flash Flooding Is A Very Dangerous Situation.
You Should Monitor Later Forecasts And Be Prepared To Take Action
Should Flash Flood Warnings Be Issued.

Areal Flood Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Anderson
  • Franklin
  • Osage

The National Weather Service In Topeka Has Issued An
- Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For
Northern Anderson County In East Central Kansas
Northern Coffey County In East Central Kansas
Franklin County In East Central Kansas
Southern Osage County In East Central Kansas
- Until 345 Am Cdt
- At 137 Am Cdt National Weather Service Doppler Radar Indicated
That 1 To 3 Inches Of Rain Has Fallen With 1 To 3 More Inches Of
Very Heavy Rain Expected.
- Locations Impacted Include
Lyndon
Melvern
Olivet
Osage City
Quenemo
Lane
Ottawa
Pomona
Princeton
Rantoul
Richmond
Williamsburg
Beto Junction
Lebo
New Strawn
Waverly
Greeley
Harris
This Includes Interstate 35 Between Mile Markers 144 And 193.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Excessive Runoff From Heavy Rainfall Will Cause Elevated Levels On
Small Creeks And Streams And Ponding Of Water On Country Roads And
Farmland Along The Banks Of Creeks And Streams.
In Hilly Terrain There Are Hundreds Of Low Water Crossings Which Are
Potentially Dangerous In Heavy Rain. Do Not Attempt To Travel Across
Flooded Roads. Find Alternate Routes. It Takes Only A Few Inches Of
Swiftly Flowing Water To Carry Vehicles Away.
Lat Lon 3830 9506 3821 9596 3826 9596 3826 9595
3872 9595 3867 9506

Significant Weather Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Anderson

Significant Weather Advisory For Anderson County
Through 245 Am Cdt A Line Of Strong Thunderstorms Will Move East At
50 Mph Across Portions Of Anderson County. National Weather Service
Doppler Radar Indicated These Storms Are Capable Of Producing Pea
Size Hail Strong Winds Of 45 To 55 Mph And Heavy Rain. Some
Locations That Could Be Affected Include
Garnett Colony Greeley Lone Elm And Kincaid.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch Is Also In Effect.