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Hallsville's Wanda and John Darby have received about six inches of rain at their home (July 3, 2024 photo courtesy of Wanda and John Darby)

UPDATE: Most of mid-Missouri’s flash flood warnings have expired

Hallsville’s Wanda and John Darby have received about six inches of rain at their home (July 3, 2024 photo courtesy of Wanda and John Darby)

Utility crews from Columbia-based Boone Electric Cooperative have worked around-the-clock to restore power to about 150 customers in the Columbia and Sturgeon areas. Boone Electric’s outage map currently shows just seven customers without power now.

The National Weather Service (NWS) in St. Louis has issued flash flood warnings for Cooper and Howard counties, due to heavy rains. The NWS’ flash flood warnings for Boone, Audrain, Cooper and Montgomery counties have been allowed to expire.

939 the Eagle listener Colleen in Boonville reports she’s received 6.7 inches of rain, while listeners in Millersburg are reporting there’s been 6.5 inches. Listener Ken in Hallsville says he’s had five inches of rain. Listeners in Harrisburg report six inches of rain.

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