WATCH: Biggest ice jam in decades clogging the Missouri River near Omaha

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — The Nebraska State Patrol is sharing some very cool video of an ice jam in the Missouri River.

The agency captured aerial footage of the jam near Washington and Douglas Counties on Sunday.

The National Weather Service said there are no concerns of flooding at this point, but the Nebraska Emergency Management Agency continues to monitor the jam.

It also stated there hasn’t been anything of this magnitude since 1989.

Right now, there are no concerns about power outages, either.

The Omaha Public Power District has taken a power plant offline due to the jam but said there’s been no impact to the area.

Authorities say while it may be fun to look at, don’t get too close and definitely do not attempt to walk on it.

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