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Arkansas/Missouri — Road closings due to flooding have been reported tonight in Arkansas and Missouri.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Department says Engleberg Road at Fourche Bridge on U.S. 67 North in Arkansas is closed due to Black River flooding.
Oregon County, Missouri, says no roads are reported closed there, but in Butler County Missouri Highway 142 East and West are closed with water over the road; the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) advises finding an alternate route.
Route T west of West Plains, Mo., and the Arkansas state line off Highway 160 is closed both east and west bound due to flooding.
In Lawrence County Arkansas Highways 228 and 525 are flooding but still passable at this time, and in Jesup the Jesup Exchange is flooding but currently still passable, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department.
In Sharp County, Arkansas, all roads and bridges are still clear at this time, according to the Sheriff’s Department.
In Independence County, Ark., U.S. Hwy. 167 north of Batesville is closed.
To view the Missouri state highway map provided by MoDOT, click HERE.
To view the Arkansas state highway map, provided by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD), click HERE.