Still Several Flooded Roads In The Area

Flooded roads can still be found in portions of the KCHI listening area.  MoDOT reports roads are closed due to flooding in Daviess, Sullivan, Carroll and Chariton Counties. In Daviess County, US 69 remains closed near Pattonsburg. In Sullivan County, Route KK is closed between E and EE. In Carroll County, Route DD is closed west of Norborne Route FF […]

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Flooding Continues On The Grand River

Flood warnings continue for the Grand River at Chillicothe, Sumner, and Brunswick. The Grand River at Chillicothe will rise above flood stage of 24 feet this afternoon, the river is expected to crest at 24.7 today, with flooding continuing through Friday morning. At Sumner, the river rose above flood stage of 26 feet Wednesday, with a crest of 31.87 feet […]

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Flood Warnings On The Grand River

A flood warning is issued for the Grand River at Chillicothe, Sumner, and Brunswick. The National Weather Service in Kansas City says the Grand River at Chillicothe is expected to rise above flood stage Thursday night.  Flood Stage at Chillicothe is 24 feet, the river will rise to flood stage Thursday evening and is expected to crest at 24.2 feet […]

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Flood Warnings and Flash Flood Watches For Area Counties

A flash flood watch continues for all of the KCHI listening area until Thursday morning.  The National Weather Service predicts additional heavy rainfall is possible throughout the area. Rainfall amounts in excess of 1.5 inches have already been recorded in Chillicothe.  Higher rainfall totals are reported around the area and with the additional rain, low areas and creeks that are […]

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Severe Weather Awareness – Flooding

Severe Weather Awareness Week wraps up with information on Flooding.  Flooding can happen very quickly and can be deceptively powerful.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Ryan Cutter says flood waters can be very dangerous. Cutter says when roads are flooded, what looks calm and harmless could be very dangerous. Cutter says when you see flood waters, turn around and don’t drown, […]

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