Storms over Kansas dumped more than four inches of water over parts of the state in the middle of this past week. Here's one of the storm clouds as it approaches Hutchinson last Tuesday night.
Kansas isn't as flat as it is reputed to be, but we don't usually have roadside waterfalls.
The one above was just east of Cedar Hollow Creek along highway 400 in southeast Kansas this past Wednesday afternoon.
I was driving from Hutchinson, KS, to Joplin, MO, for a business meeting. Very rarely have I seen flooding actually reach over the pavement on hwy 400, but here it is just east of Parsons, KS.
This view is looking west at the same area.