Miami Emergency Management Team keeps close eye on receding floodwaters


Miami flood levels are continuing to recede slowly, something the city of Miami Emergency Management Team is keeping a close eye on.

Emergency Management Director Thomas Anderson say water levels are at 24.7 feet now. He adds Miami is in much better shape compared to other places like Muskogee and Tulsa. There, high flood levels are causing a delay on the amount of water that can be let out through local dams.

The National Weather Service anticipates more rain on Tuesday and extending flood conditions for another day or so. 

Anderson warns residents to watch out for animals like snakes and turtles that are making their way into garages and other places.

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