MASON CITY, Iowa - Monday while driving it didn't take me long to find residential streets with standing water.
You would have thought it was spring at times just seeing the amount of water in the roads. Side streets and local neighborhoods is where you could fine a lot of that standing water.
Some drivers we found Monday say they're happy the flooding is being contained to the roads and not affecting their homes.
“No my house isn't leaking yet,” Scott Sowka said from Mason City said.
“Just a lot of water standing on the ground yeah,” Carl Funk from Sheffield said.
- Flooded roadways
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- Side-by-side utility task vehicles now allowed on Austin city roadways
- Speed limits changing to 60 mph from 55 on some southern MN roadways
- Iowa State Patrol urges drivers to use caution on snowy roadways.
- We're tracking snowfall that is having an impact on area roadway
- Tracking roadways: Trouble spots on roads in north Iowa, southern Minnesota