SEVERE WX: Flood Warning View Alerts

Howard County gets five inches of rain in two days

Much of our viewing area has seen severe storms with large accumulations of rain.

Posted: Aug. 29, 2018 9:14 PM
Updated: Aug. 30, 2018 6:21 AM

VERNON SPRINGS, Iowa- Much of our viewing area has seen severe storms with large accumulations of rain.
Howard County has seen some of the worst with nearly five inches of rain in just a couple of days. The Turkey River in Vernon Springs has risen from all of the rain over the last two days. Those who live in Cresco said there isn’t a terrible amount of damage from the storm, but it was a terrifying couple of days.
“Downpours, strong winds, King’s bride is completely under water,” said Jonelle Busta. “Vernon Springs is also getting quite high.”

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