TURNER COUNTY, S.D. (KELO) — Many roads in Turner County are under water once again.
And the story is the same for many other counties in South Dakota. The Turner County Sheriff’s Office posted pictures on the Facebook page. No unnecessary travel is advised in the county until the water goes down — especially at night. Some parts of the county received two to three inches of rain or more from the latest storm system.
A ‘no travel advisory’ is also in place in Lyman County for county roads. Due to the wet spring, the ground in much of KELOLAND is already saturated, leaving no place for any rain to go — causing flooding in many counties.
One viewer sent us photos of the high water in Kennebec.