WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Some areas of Kansas face flooding concerns with the rain that is moving slowly across the state. It started Monday and is expected to continue into Wednesday.

The KSN Storm Track 3 team said some rainfall amounts are already fairly large. We will update the numbers below throughout the storm.

Flooded road near Clearwater (Photo courtesy Clearwater Fire Department)

At 2 p.m. Tuesday, the Clearwater Fire Department posted a picture of a rural road covered in water. The fire department said:

  • Flooding is occurring on 119th St. West. between 103rd St. South and the Sedgwick County line.
  • Minor flooding is occurring on 183rd St. West just south of 111th.
  • Clearwater Road is clear south of town to the county line at 2 p.m.
  • Please do not drive into flooded areas!

On Tuesday, Wichita city crews were busy cleaning out storm drains to prevent street flooding.

Tuesday, 3:55 p.m.

  • Goddard – 4.50 inches
  • One mile east-northeast of Goddard – 4.08 inches

Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.

  • Three miles north of Norwich – 6.23 inches, with water on roads and dirt roads damaged
  • Wichita Eisenhower Airport – 3.53 inches 

Tuesday, 12:25 p.m.

  • Two miles northwest of Conway Springs – 7.59 inches
  • Anthony – 4.73 inches 

Tuesday, 10:45 a.m.

  • Three miles west-northwest of Viola – 3.71 inches
  • Five miles south-southeast of Goddard – 2.9 inches
  • Chautauqua – 1.91 inches
  • Two miles north of Andover – 1.89 inches
  • Eight miles south-southwest of Mayfield – 1.77 inches
  • Four miles south of Maize – 4.41 inches
  • Three miles south of Goddard – 3.34 inches
  • One mile south of Zenda – 2.4 inches
  • One mile east of Wichita – 2.33 inches
  • Kingman – 1.97 inches
  • Two miles west of Towanda – 1.86 inches
  • Three miles north of Augusta – 1.74 inches
  • Two miles west-northwest of Hutchinson – 1.6 inches
  • Three miles south of Peru – 1.57 inches
  • One mile south-southeast of Sedan – 1.55 inches
  • Halstead – 1.28 inches
  • Two miles west-northwest of Chase – 1.25 inches
  • One mile northwest of Arkansas City – 1.2 inches
  • Five miles southwest of Inman – 1.13 inches
  • Longton – .97 of an inch
  • Five miles south-southeast of Goessel – .96 of an inch
  • Six miles north of Eureka – .93 of an inch

Tuesday, 9 a.m.

  • Anthony – 4.50 inches
  • Three miles north-northwest of Conway Springs – 3.47 inches
  • Five miles southwest of Haysville – 2.70 inches
  • Clearwater – 2.94 inches
  • Three miles north-northwest of Wichita Eisenhower National Airport – 2.35 inches
  • Five miles north-northeast of Norwich – 3.06 inches

Tuesday, 6:55 a.m.

  • Anthony – 3.20 inches

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