Over the last few days, heavy rainfall has impacted several areas thoughout the United States. One hard-hit area is the Midwest. In fact, flooding affected many communities in northwest Iowa over the weekend.
Ever wonder what a 100 yard #waterbed would look like? No? Well, here's the answer anyway.#ForestCity, IA saw around 8 inches of rain last night which led to this high school's turf football field looking like this! #IAwx #Flooding #Football pic.twitter.com/LdTsDQL3Sv
— WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) June 25, 2018
Since Sunday, rain totals of 3 to 7 inches were common from Nebraska to Illinois.
The city of Cape Girardeau, Missouri witnessed record rainfall on Monday as a powerful line of thunderstorms moved through the region.
From the Upper Midwest to the central Appalachians, flash flooding will remain an issue through Monday night.
Thunderstorm activity will linger Tuesday and Wednesday and could pose an additional threat for more flooding.