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historic flooding in the Midwest has killed at least four people caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and left huge stretches of Nebraska and Iowa under water , I %HESITATION what Wisconsin in Nebraska had declared states of emergency since last week's bomb cyclone brought extreme winds and heavy rain and caused existing snow to rapidly melts thousands of residents were forced to flee as floods overtook homes farms and roads there tell everybody just grab what you can get out naturally to save a dollar wouldn't take out a flood insurance now we've lost everything but the worst may still be coming the National Weather Service on Tuesday said more rain is expected later in the week and warns that destructive flooding will continue across portions of the central plains and upper Midwest whose recoveries in be a few days or few weeks was recovery is going to be months up to you possibly here the Missouri River which has already flooded much of Nebraska between Omaha and Kansas city was expected to crest Tuesday at more than forty seven feet that would break the previous record set in two thousand eleven