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RESOURCES LIST: Flooding fears in the Ozarks


Flash flooding underway


PICTURES: Big Piney floods streets in Cabool


PICTURES: Flooding in east Springfield Saturday morning


PICTURES: Wilson's Creek rising in southwestern Greene County


PICTURES: James River south of Springfield rising fast


MoDOT road closings map


CLICK HERE to track lake levels in White River Basin


CANCELLATIONS: See rain and flooding-related cancellations here.


SLIDESHOW: KY3's Futurecast Radar maps hour-by-hour storm chances for Saturday


WATCH: Update on flooded roads in Stone County


VIDEO: Farm road flooded near Rogersville Saturday morning


WATCH: Mayor of Reeds Spring prepares for flooding


WATCH: Branson emergency managers warn those along Lake Taneycomo to prepare for flooding


SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH issued for the Ozarks


Tornado confirmed from Wednesday morning's storms in Barry County


VIDEO: Fast-rising Buffalo River near Ponca


WEATHER WARNING: Corps asks homeowners to watch weather on White River basin lakes


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