VIDEO: Overnight storms lead to serious flash flooding in parts of Nebraska

Streets quickly became rivers with the large amount of rain that fell
Overnight Storms Cause Flash Flooding In Omaha.

OMAHA, Neb. (KLKN) – Those overnight storms left behind a serious amount of rain, leading to flooded streets through some Nebraska counties and a Flash Flood Warning for part of the Channel 8 viewing area.

The Warning goes until 12:30 pm for Northwestern Fremont County and Western Mills County in southwestern Iowa, Southwestern Pottawattamie County in southwestern Iowa, Butler County, Douglas County, Sarpy County, Saunders County, Southwestern Colfax County, Southeastern Platte County, Cass County, Northern Lancaster County, Northern Otoe County, Northern Seward County.

Video from the Omaha area shows flooded streets, trapped cars, and raging roads as people tried to get to higher ground.

Nickel-sized hail was reported in Omaha near 120th & West Dodge. In the Millard area, more than two inches of rain fell in a 30-minute span. A trained spotter reported water up to 4′ near Council Bluffs, IA.

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