Below are readings from the gauge on the Verdigris River at Independence, KS. From 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night, when the gauge read 1.59 feet, until 4:15 a.m. Wednesday morning when it topped out 31.46 ft, the river rose 29.87 feet in a little less than 8 hours.
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The Flash Flood Warning for Montgomery Co. has expired and been replaced with a Flood Warning (dark green in effect until 9 p.m., light green expires at 12:30 p.m.) Per NWS: Excess runoff from previous heavy rainfall continues to result in flooding across much of the area. Several County Roads remain covered with high water and barricaded.
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The Flash Flood Warning for Montgomery Co. has been extended to 7:45 a.m. The Flash Flood Warning for Labette Co. has been lifted.
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After a night of torrential rainfall that included water rescues along Whiskey Creek in Independence, KS, there are now Flash Flood Warnings for both Montgomery and Labette Cos. Please know you’re going to run into some flooded roads in that area so find alternative routes. Counties in green on the map are in Flash Flood Watches until tonight.