Orange City, Iowa — It’s been a wet spring. While we can be thankful we don’t have issues in the magnitude that Nebraska and southwest Iowa are facing, flooding has affected many roads in northwest Iowa. Read more
Statewide Iowa — A farm organization based in North Dakota is offering help to the many farmers and ranchers who were hit by the recent flooding. Farm Rescue plans to activate “Operation Hay Lift” for the second time, the first time was during a drought. Read more
Storm Lake, Iowa — A northwest Iowa high school principal has resigned, but it’s unclear why. Read more
Mild temperatures are expected through the upcoming weekend. Expect highs in the 40s and 50s each day. Continued snowmelt will bring elevated river levels and flooding. Today will be sunny, however a chance for light rain arrives by Saturday afternoon, with light rain possible into Sunday. Rainfall amounts will be a quarter inch or less for most locations.
Sanborn, Iowa — The City of Sanborn has come up over $11,000 short. So says a special audit report prepared for the city. Read more
Hawarden, Iowa — The National Weather Service has decreased its forecast crest for the Big Sioux River near Hawarden to 33-point-eight feet which is nearly three-feet below the previous forecast. Read more