Heavy Rain Triggers Flooding Near Raging Big Sioux River

StoryfulNews Published March 14, 2019 4 Plays

Rumble / Strange Weather - Heavy rain delivered by a major storm that hit the Midwest on Wednesday, March 13, triggered flash flooding in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and nearby areas, according to the National Weather Service. Video posted to Twitter shows the Big Sioux River raging as ice jams and rain caused it to overflow its banks. The National Weather Service warned of high winds and flash flooding on Wednesday. Multiple vehicles were reported inundated after flash flooding made roads hazardous. Credit: Justin Frantzen via Storyful