Several highways in south central Minnesota are experiencing water over the roadways and a few of those roads are closed. The Minnesota Department of Transportation wants to remind motorists to be watchful for flooded areas as water can rise quickly. In most cases, MnDOT is able to keep roadways open while crews work to clear a drainage path for the water. Motorists are advised to slow down and use caution wherever they see crews working. If flooding occurs, lanes or other sections of highway may need to be closed with barricades and other traffic control devices. Over 20 locations were impacted last night alone in south central Minnesota, and several more problem areas have surfaced today. For real-time traffic and travel information in Minnesota, visit


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