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Turkey CreekA chart shows Turkey Creek rising during rains this morning. The rise in the major rivers and Turkey Creek this morning did not result in any any action or flood levels.
Heavy rain passed through Wyandotte County this morning, with storms concentrated along and south of the Missouri River.
There is still a chance of more rain this morning, but the area already has received most of its rain, and storms are now diminishing, according to the National Weather Service.
Scattered thunderstorms may redevelop along the I-70 corridor throughout the day, the weather service said.
About three-tenths of an inch of rain was reported around 7 a.m. at the downtown Kansas City, Mo., airport, according to the National Weather Service.
Another complex of storms and heavy rain may again affect portions of the region after midnight, the weather service said. Rain in the forecast on Thursday and Friday may lead to localized flooding, the weather service stated.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has reported that K-99 in Lyon County, which had been closed for flooding on Aug. 3, is now open from Emporia to three miles south.
For more road information on Kansas flooding, visit www.KanDrive.org. Travelers may call 511 from any phone in Kansas or may visit http://511.ksdot.org for updated Kansas road conditions.