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How you can help Midwest flooding victims

Historic flooding in the Midwest is inundating thousands of homes, swamping farms and forcing people into shelters.There are several organizations hel...

Posted: Mar 18, 2019 2:51 PM
Updated: Mar 18, 2019 3:15 PM

Historic flooding in the Midwest is inundating thousands of homes, swamping farms and forcing people into shelters.

There are several organizations helping victims right now with shelter, food, and water. Relief groups are also standing by to provide long-term relief after the rivers crest.

You can support them by clicking the 'Take Action' button above or by going directly to the Public Good campaign here.

Impact Your World will update this article as more ways to help become available.

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We have had rain off and on this Friday afternoon across northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri. Scattered showers will continue off and on through the evening and overnight hours. A few showers could linger through the day Saturday but the rain will be lighter than today and much more scattered. Temperatures will slowly start to warm Sunday into Monday as sunshine returns and conditions start to dry out. Another cold front is headed our way Monday night and that will bring us a chance for rain and possibly some snow into Tuesday morning as the colder air surges into our area. Temperatures look to stay unseasonably cool through the rest of the next week.
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