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Flash flooding closes Tri-State roads

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Floodwater covers Highway F in rural Ralls County. Floodwater covers Highway F in rural Ralls County.
Water was seen flowing across Highway F after Spencer Creek overflowed its banks. Water was seen flowing across Highway F after Spencer Creek overflowed its banks.
Much of the area around Highway F was covered in floodwater. Much of the area around Highway F was covered in floodwater.
A wider shot shows water and debris covering Route F. A wider shot shows water and debris covering Route F.
MoDOT crews put up signs to close Route F. MoDOT crews put up signs to close Route F.
QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -

Heavy rain left many Tri-State roads covered with water Monday, as Flash Flood Warnings were issued for several areas.

The most significant issues were in Northeast Missouri.

Highway V, east of New London, Missouri, near the Salt River was partially covered Monday evening.

MoDOT crews closed Route F, southeast of Center, Missouri, after water from Spencer Creek overflowed its banks and spilled onto the roadway. 

Flooding also resulted in the closing of several other Missouri roads, including Highways C, B and 154 in Ralls County, Routes D and 15 in Monroe County and Route N in Shelby County.

Transportation officials in Iowa and Illinois didn't report any major road closures due to flooding.

You can get the latest information on road conditions on WGEM's road conditions page.

You can stay up to date on flood warnings on WGEM's weather page or in the StormTrak Weather App.

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