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Rapidly flowing currents on Flat Creek under the old railroad bridge on South Park occurred Monday morning after six days of near constant rainfall. Dave Clippert director of emergency management for Pettis County and Sedalia told the Democrat by phone Monday that parts of Pettis County have received close to six inches since the rain began last Wednesday. If the precipitation were in the form of snowfall the area would be covered in an estimated five feet of snow.


A portion of the Liberty Park’s playground was covered in standing water after the recent steady rains in the area. The national weather service is calling for an end to the rains late Monday night with partial clearing late Tuesday afternoon


The water levels at Flat Creek at Hwy. DD near Smithton are rising after a week of heavy rains and grey skies on Monday afternoon. The water levels are expected to fall later this week after the end of the rain fall Monday night with partially sunny skies predicted for this afternoon.


A tributary of Flat Creek off Forest Park Road saw rapidly moving water around and over large stones in the creek. The weather is predicted to clear Tuesday afternoon after six days of rain and a light drizzle. Highs this weekend are forecasted to be in the 50’s which is above average for the first week in December.


Rapidly flowing currents on Flat Creek under the old railroad bridge on South Park occurred Monday morning after six days of near constant rainfall. Dave Clippert director of emergency management for Pettis County and Sedalia told the Democrat by phone Monday that parts of Pettis County have received close to six inches since the rain began last Wednesday. If the precipitation were in the form of snowfall the area would be covered in an estimated five feet of snow.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd120115flooding1.jpgRapidly flowing currents on Flat Creek under the old railroad bridge on South Park occurred Monday morning after six days of near constant rainfall. Dave Clippert director of emergency management for Pettis County and Sedalia told the Democrat by phone Monday that parts of Pettis County have received close to six inches since the rain began last Wednesday. If the precipitation were in the form of snowfall the area would be covered in an estimated five feet of snow.

A portion of the Liberty Park’s playground was covered in standing water after the recent steady rains in the area. The national weather service is calling for an end to the rains late Monday night with partial clearing late Tuesday afternoon
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd120115flooding2.jpgA portion of the Liberty Park’s playground was covered in standing water after the recent steady rains in the area. The national weather service is calling for an end to the rains late Monday night with partial clearing late Tuesday afternoon

The water levels at Flat Creek at Hwy. DD near Smithton are rising after a week of heavy rains and grey skies on Monday afternoon. The water levels are expected to fall later this week after the end of the rain fall Monday night with partially sunny skies predicted for this afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd120115flooding3.jpgThe water levels at Flat Creek at Hwy. DD near Smithton are rising after a week of heavy rains and grey skies on Monday afternoon. The water levels are expected to fall later this week after the end of the rain fall Monday night with partially sunny skies predicted for this afternoon.

A tributary of Flat Creek off Forest Park Road saw rapidly moving water around and over large stones in the creek. The weather is predicted to clear Tuesday afternoon after six days of rain and a light drizzle. Highs this weekend are forecasted to be in the 50’s which is above average for the first week in December.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_tsd120115flooding4.jpgA tributary of Flat Creek off Forest Park Road saw rapidly moving water around and over large stones in the creek. The weather is predicted to clear Tuesday afternoon after six days of rain and a light drizzle. Highs this weekend are forecasted to be in the 50’s which is above average for the first week in December.

Rapidly flowing currents on Flat Creek under the old railroad bridge on South Park occurred Monday morning after six days of near constant rainfall. Dave Clippert director of emergency management for Pettis County and Sedalia told the Democrat by phone Monday that parts of Pettis County have received close to six inches since the rain began last Wednesday. If the precipitation were in the form of snowfall the area would be covered in an estimated five feet of snow.

A portion of the Liberty Park’s playground was covered in standing water after the recent steady rains in the area. The national weather service is calling for an end to the rains late Monday night with partial clearing late Tuesday afternoon

The water levels at Flat Creek at Hwy. DD near Smithton are rising after a week of heavy rains and grey skies on Monday afternoon. The water levels are expected to fall later this week after the end of the rain fall Monday night with partially sunny skies predicted for this afternoon.

A tributary of Flat Creek off Forest Park Road saw rapidly moving water around and over large stones in the creek. The weather is predicted to clear Tuesday afternoon after six days of rain and a light drizzle. Highs this weekend are forecasted to be in the 50’s which is above average for the first week in December.

Sedalia Democrat
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