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Faith Bemiss | DemocratRain fell fast and furious on Wednesday, causing creeks and rivers to rise. Muddy Creek at U.S. Highway 50, just west of Sedalia, had swollen and was filled with large debris such as this tree size snag seen floating underneath the bridge. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave Clippert said that by 2 p.m. Sedalia had received approximately 1.5 to 2 inches of rain. A flood warning for northern Pettis County was issued by the National Weather Service on Wednesday and is in effect until Friday.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratRain fell fast and furious on Wednesday, causing creeks and rivers to rise. Muddy Creek at U.S. Highway 50, just west of Sedalia, had swollen and was filled with large debris such as this tree size snag seen floating underneath the bridge. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave Clippert said that by 2 p.m. Sedalia had received approximately 1.5 to 2 inches of rain. A flood warning for northern Pettis County was issued by the National Weather Service on Wednesday and is in effect until Friday.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Rain fell fast and furious on Wednesday, causing creeks and rivers to rise. Muddy Creek at U.S. Highway 50, just west of Sedalia, had swollen and was filled with large debris such as this tree size snag seen floating underneath the bridge. Sedalia-Pettis County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave Clippert said that by 2 p.m. Sedalia had received approximately 1.5 to 2 inches of rain. A flood warning for northern Pettis County was issued by the National Weather Service on Wednesday and is in effect until Friday.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Swollen Flat Creek, located on state Route U south of Sedalia, thrashed and boiled as tree limbs and vegetation caught and swirled through the muddy water on Wednesday. “Thursday afternoon will be a little more tricky,” Clippert said. He said Morgan and Camden counties could see severe weather. “We’ll be keeping an eye on that, and it has a little bit more tornado threat in it.”

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