Several Tri-State roads closed due to flooding
Due to the rain and flooding, several roads in our viewing area are closing.
We'll continue to update the list below as more reports come in.
Due to current water levels and more rain in the forecast, several routes are closed in Northeast Missouri due to flooding. In addition, there are other roads that have the potential to be flooded. Please see below for a list of travel ways impacted at this time.
- U.S. 61 in Clark County at Alexandria – CLOSED – Water is approximately 3 inches over the road and rising. It is more than likely the road could be closed into next week.
- US 136 W from US 61 S to .006 miles before US 61 S
- Knox County – CLOSED – Route K and Route V. These should reopen by the end of the week, depending on local rainfall.
- Lewis County – CLOSED - Missouri Route B/ U.S. Business 61 north of Canton. The city of Canton has installed the flood wall.
- Pike/Lincoln County – CLOSED – Route P
- Third Street/Missouri Route 79 in Louisiana between Maryland and Delaware Streets
- It is likely MO 79 will close south of Louisiana to Route D, as well as south of Clarksville as the Mississippi River water levels raise over the next few days.
- Shelby Co. Rt. N - closed at Salt River Bridge approximately 4 miles north of US 36.
- Monroe Co. Rt. A - closed, at Crooked Creek Bridge approximately 1 mile south of Rt. WW and A jct.
- State Hwy B between Bunge and the Mark Twain Casino in La Grange.
- Missouri Route 79 near Clarksville CLOSED, at the golf course south of Route W.
- Water Street in Warsaw is closed from 2nd Street to Mill Street due to flooding. Only local, resident or property owners traffic only
- Bonansinga Drive in Quincy is closed from Cedar Street to Kochs Lane to through traffic.
- Grafton Ferry and Golden Eagle Ferry will be closed until further notice.
- Carman Road in Henderson County - The closure is from about three miles south of U.S. 34 at Ellison Creek to Henderson County 7.
- Highway 61/136 going into Missouri
- Iowa 14 in Knoxville
Look at road conditions in all three states here.