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MoDOT monitoring roads at risk for threat of high water

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    ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 are closed due to flood water in St. Charles County. MoDOT says the eastbound lanes were closed near mile marker 220, near Mid Rivers Mall. Traffic is seen backing up past Highway K. MoDOT said in a tweet to expect the interstate to be closed all day.

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(KMOV.com) – The Missouri Department of Transportation is monitoring multiple roads after flash floods has made them dangerous.

One lane in each direction of Highway 141 is closed at Highway 44. MoDOT are at the scene and will continue to monitor the road until the threat of high water is gone.

It’s anticipated that the threat won’t end until sometime on Sunday.

Below is a list of other roads at risk for high water:

-Creve Coeur Mill Road and Highway 141 (West County)

-Reavis Barracks and Apple Orchard (South County)

-Mombert Road and Vance Road in Valley Park (West County)

-Grand Road and Gravois (South County)

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