MORNING UPDATE: Neosho continues slow fall towards flood stage at Neosho Rapids Featured

The 1500 block of Road J is among several Lyon County roads showing significant damage from recent floods. The 1500 block of Road J is among several Lyon County roads showing significant damage from recent floods. Lyon County Sheriff's Office photo

Floodwaters continue to subside across Lyon County.

Just one river gauge is in flood: the Neosho at Neosho Rapids, which was at 24.4 feet early Monday. Flood stage is 22 feet. The river may not recede below flood stage until Tuesday, so the National Weather Service continues a flood warning until Tuesday night.

Nearly 40 Lyon County roads and intersections are still closed Monday:

-1900 Road 60
-Road 140 from Road H to Road K-5
-Road 145 from Road G to Road H; west of Neosho Rapids river bridge
-Road 150 from Road C to Road E; Road E to Road F; from Road H to Road K-5; from Road M to Road N; from Road N to Road R; west of Road X
-Road 155 from Road K to Road K-5
-Road 160 from Road N to Road R; Road R to Road S
-Road 170 from Road N to Road R
-Road 177 West of Road P5
-Road 240 from Road D to Road E
-Road A from Road 170 to Road 180
-Road B-2 from Road 170 to Road 180
-Road B-5 from Road 170 to Road 180
-Road C from US Highway 50 to Road 180
-Road E from Road 140 to Road 160
-Road F from Road 160 north
-Road G from Road 140 to Road 145
-Road G5 from Road 170 to Road 175
-Road H from Road 140 to Road 145
-Road J from Road 130 to Road 160
-Road K from Road 130 to Road 155
-Road M from Road 137 to Road 150
-Road N from Road 160 to Road 170
-Road P from Road 160 to Road 170
-Road R from Road 160 to Road 170; from Road 140 to Road 160
-Road S from Road 130 to Road 137
-Road T from Road 130 to Road 150
-Road W from Road 122 to Road 145; south of Road 155

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