Many roads are once again closed due to flash flooding that started in the overnight hours. Since early this morning several water rescue operations have be on going.
A little before 11:00 this morning a road collapsed on Lake Shore Drive in Taney County which has resulted in multiple water rescues in that area.
A water rescue was reported at 10:43 a.m., in Hollister along Old Mill Road.
Emergency managers reported water rescue operations at 11:33 a.m., were underway at a Mobile home park nnw of Reed Springs in Stone county. Propane tanks were reported as floating down Railey creek.
A report by amateur radio operator stated a water rescue was underway in Lawrence County at 11:28 a.m.. along Flat creek and Hwy O near Jenkins bridge.
Dangerous flooding has been reported in Shell Knobb by emergency managers where over 4 inches of rain has fallen this morning.
Along with flooding the whole city of Jasper lost power due to a powerful thunderstorm that rolled through the area around 3:15 a.m.
A report coming out of Fort Scott Kansas estimated that a least 100 trees were down across the town along with power lines. The hardest hit area seemed to be on the west side.