Here is the latest information on flooding in Saline County.
Current river gage readings are as follows:
Mulberry Creek near Salina: River has crested at 25.5 feet and levels are now falling. Moderate flooding has occurred in the area located on the northern end of the City of Salina.
Smoky Hill River near New Cambria: River is still on the rise and is expected to crest at 31 feet by Thursday afternoon. The roads leading into New Cambria and the Southwest portion of the city are flooded.
A conference call with the National Weather Service today gave additional information on the potential for additional rainfall beginning later this evening and into the weekend. Additional severe weather and rainfall has the potential to change these river projections and increase the amount of flooding depending on the amount of rain received.
Additional information regarding this event:
The City of Salina monitors the National Weather Service and the Mulberry Creek flood levels. The City of Salina has closed the following road(s):
Any closed roads listed will reopen when the flood water recedes and the road conditions are suitable for use by the traveling public.
Stay up to date with the Saline County Flood by visiting http://www.salina-ks.gov/salinecountyflood.
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