(Carroll) Heavy rains in Carroll and Guthrie County overflowed streams and ditches late last night. In fact a flash flood warning remains in effect for Carroll County and Northern Guthrie and Greene Counties until 9:30 this morning. Coon Rapids reported 5.20 inches of rain.
The National Weather Service says waters have begun to recede however many areas and some roads are still be affected including Carroll, Glidden, Manning and Coon Rapids.
A flash flood watch is in effect today for Adair, Adams, Cass, Taylor, Audubon, Carroll, Crawford, Greene and Guthrie Counties through this evening.
According to the National Weather Service one to three inch rains will be possible by late this afternoon with isolated higher amounts. Some of these storms could be severe as they move through our area late this afternoon. The best bet for severe storms is south of Interstate 80 with large hail and strong winds the main threat.
We received seven-tenths of an inch of rain overnight at the studios in downtown Atlantic.
June 15, 2013