UPDATED 4:43 p.m.
Flooded streets will likely have an impact on your commute home Thursday evening.
The city of Sioux Falls has a map with roads that are underwater.
Click on the map below to see the city’s site with hazardous intersections.
UPDATED 12:10 p.m.
We’re getting a unique perspective on the roads in and around Sioux Falls. This drone video from the city shows 57th Street and Western Avenue as well as Cherry Rock Park.
Outside of the city Minnehaha County, officials with the highway department say people are driving around barricades.
I-90 from Rapid City to the Wyoming border has re-opened. Officials warn the roadway is still covered with a half an inch of ice. I-90 remains CLOSED from Rapid City to Oacoma/Chamberlain. Officials warn there is also significant flooding on I-90 between exits 264 and 268.
Within Sioux Falls and Minnehaha County, there is significant flooding causing road closures. The City of Sioux Falls has a map that continues to be updated with the latest changes of road conditions. It now includes closures in Minnehaha County as well.
UPDATED 10:51 a.m.
Flooding is impacting additional areas of Sioux Falls.
As of 10:45 a.m., there is water over Cliff Avenue south of Interstate 229.
The 57th Street tunnel if underwater as well.
UPDATED 7:14 a.m.
Before heading out Thursday, check the latest road closures in Sioux Falls. The City of Sioux Falls has a map that continues to be updated with the latest changes of road conditions.
Please check the closure map before heading out today. Many new closures were added this morning. We will continue to keep this updated as changes happen. The link is on the City of Sioux Falls app too. https://t.co/m8TVPbSYN5 pic.twitter.com/kSGucsMDRN— City of Sioux Falls (@CitySiouxFalls) March 14, 2019
There are new road closures in the City of Sioux Falls Thursday morning. Sioux Falls Fire Rescue has been announcing road closures from flooding on Twitter.
They announced the 57th Street tunnel is closed, along with sections of 41st Street, including from Louise to Shirley. Westport is closed from 41st Street to 49th Street. Oxbow is closed from 49th Street to 57th Street, 12th Street is closed from Sertoma to LaMesa and 41st Street is closed from Cliff to Carter.
New Road Closures:
41st Street – Louise to Shirley, Westport- 41st to 49th, 57th Street Tunnel, Oxbow – 49th to 57th Street, 12th Street – Sertoma to LaMesa, 57th Street Tunnel. #1SF /SFEM— Sioux Falls Fire (@SiouxFallsFire) March 14, 2019
As more rain comes down in Sioux Falls, authorities are sending out warnings regarding flooding roads.
We’ve mapped the various locations as of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Rain throughout Wednesday morning led to street flooding in parts of Sioux Falls by afternoon.
Many roadways affected by flooding. Please avoid the intersections of 6th Street and Cliff Avenue, 41st Street and Cliff Avenue, 6th Street and Minnesota Avenue and 26th Street and Marday. #WeatherAware #WeAreSFFR #1SF— Sioux Falls Fire (@SiouxFallsFire) March 13, 2019
Additional roadways impacted by flooding include 69th Street and Solberg Avenue, 4th Avenue and Benson Road, 4th Avenue from 54th to 60th Street North, and the 800 block of East 41st Street. @CitySiouxFalls #WeatherAware #WeAreSFFR, #1SF— Sioux Falls Fire (@SiouxFallsFire) March 13, 2019
We’re sharing photos of the storm in an online photo gallery. To share what you are seeing in your area, email photos to email@example.com
Published 12:19 p.m.
Public Works Director Mark Cotter said crews were very proactive Monday and Tuesday working to clear water inlets for drainage. Through the early morning rainfall, it’s helped streets avoid bad water ponding compared to Saturday’s quick rain event.
KELOLAND News will continue to monitor road conditions inside the City of Sioux Falls and have complete storm coverage on-air and online.
Some of the flooding I came across on my lunch break. PLEASE BE CAREFUL! Most of this is in southern Minnehaha County and northern Lincoln County #kelowx pic.twitter.com/vdkoVThntX— Krista Burns (@kburnsKELO) March 13, 2019