UPDATE ON MAJOR HIGHWAYS IN KMMO LISTENING AREA CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING

There has been one change to the area major highways closed due to flooding in the KMMO listening area.

According to MODOT’s Traveler Information map, in Howard County, the section of Highway 5, between New Franklin and the intersection of U.S. Highway 40 just north of Boonville, that was closed has now been officially reopened to traffic. However, a portion of U.S. Highway 40, from just east of the intersection of Highway 5 to just a few miles west of Rocheport, remains closed.

Other official closures include portions of major highways in Saline, Carroll, Johnson, Lafayette and Ray Counties.

Saline County closures include Highway 240 west of Glasgow and the Outer Road south of I-70 at Sweet Springs.

In Carroll County, Highway 65, between Carrollton and Waverly; Highway 10, between Carrollton and Norborne; and Highway 41, north of Miami to near the junction of Highway 24, are closed.

In Johnson County, Highway 23, between Concordia and Knob Noster, is closed.

In Lafayette County, Highway 224 at two locations between Lexington and Wellington is closed.

And in Ray County, Highway 10, between Norborne and Hardin, is closed.

There also are some other routes closed in Carroll, Chariton and Ray Counties.

For the most up-to-date information, visit MoDOT’s Traveler Information map at modot.org.