PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) Much of Kansas remains under flood warnings or watches as heavy rains are expected to push streams and rivers out of their banks.
The National Weather Service says more than 3.5 inches of rain fell onto already-saturated ground in parts of Kansas Monday and overnight and more is expected Tuesday.
New Cambria, a central Kansas town near Salina, asked residents on Monday to voluntarily evacuate for up to 48 hours. Officials say Saline County faces the potential for record flooding along Mulberry Creek near Salina and Smoky Hill River near New Cambria.
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