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Several reports of storm damage across Iowa

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Overnight, the National Weather Service has had multiple storm reports across several Iowa counties.

In Butler County, multiple homes are being impacted by floodwaters in Greene from the rapidly rising Shell Rock River. Emergency management crews estimates that the rivers is near the level it reached in 2008.

In Bremer County, a street is flooding along 130th Street in Plainfield. Several other roads in the Plainfield area are also dealing with street flooding.

In Winneshiek County, city streets are starting to flood in Decorah. Roads are also flooding in Bluffton.

In Allamakee County, law enforcement reports flash flooding at around 4:30 in the morning. About 4 to 5 mudslides have occurred through the county.

In Fayette County, the National Weather Service says water is over Highway 18 west of Hawkeye. There are also flooded streets in the city.

In Chickasaw County, fire crews are pumping water out of basements in Nashua.

In Crawford County, Wisconsin, Highway 35 is washed out from flash flooding. A mudslide has also been reported westbound of Highway 82.

There are also several road closures in Crawford County. The Crawford County Sheriff's Office says the following roads are closed:

-- State Highway 35 is closed from Prairie du Chien to State Highway 82 at Desoto

-- State Highway 171 at Gays Mills

-- State Highway 131 in Soldiers Grove

-- County Road C State Highway 27 to State Highway 35

-- County Road C State Highway 131 to State Highway 27

-- County Road B State Highway 27 to State Highway 171

Stay with KWWL as we learn more information.

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