Now that the weather’s warming up, at least above freezing, the water is expected to get moving in northeastern KELOLAND.
Erich Schaffhauser is in Brown County to show you how they’re watching and preparing for potential flooding.
Shawn Neisteadt is on the road headed for Lake Kampeska. It’s levels are up again this morning so he’s going to talk with homeowners who could, at the very least, see near-record levels.
David Brown is going to be just south of there today in Hamlin County where there’s no travel advised in the western half of the county. The sheriff’s office says many roads are under water or damaged, so they’re asking people to stay clear of them.
As for whether Minnehaha County avoided major flooding, Nicole Winters is talking with the county emergency manager about the lack of water on the Big Sioux River. We’ll find out whether the water that’s now moving in the north could bring a second crest to towns such as Renner.
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