Overflowing rivers and reservoirs across Kansas are already producing significant flooding, particularly in the southeast corner of the state.
But, forecasters say, things could get much worse over the next several days as slow-moving thunderstorms develop over central and northeast Kansas.
Were going to see repeated bouts of thunderstorms over the next several days and those storms are going to move repeatedly over the same areas, said Chad Omitt, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
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