Officials in one southwest Iowa county are advising people to consider evacuating.
The Missouri River’s levels are rising, triggered by recent heavy rainfall in northerly states and dam releases upstream. Sheri Bowen (BOE-win) with Mills County says water is beginning to come back in through a levee breach in the southwest part of the county and is migrating north.
That standing water is only going to deepen. It’s not moving with any significant force right now. But it is moving and increasing a little bit.