Warning affects the Big River at Byrnesville.
Study says the agency did what it could to manage the historic 2011 flooding on the Missouri River, but that more repairs, research and monitoring are needed.
Farmers say the rain could make fields too muddy for harvest, and the wind could blow over the corn stalks.
The National Weather Service issued flood warnings for several counties in southeast Kansas and western Missouri early Tuesday.
In May, the corps used dynamite to blow three holes in the levee to relieve pressure at the height of the Mississippi River flooding.
The group couldn’t agree on how to manage the river.
The new deadline is Dec. 10.
Corps could face sharp criticism from those unhappy with management strategy in 2011.
MoDOT says 18 main roads, including U.S 159 and Missouri 111, are still covered with water.
Mold spores, rotting fields left behind by receding floodwaters.
The St. Louis Area Chapter of the American Red Cross has nearly two dozen workers assisting clean-up efforts in North Carolina, as well as New Jersey and New York.
Several inches of rainfall resulted in standing water in South County. Some areas received more than four inches of rain in just over three hours.
Two Levee breaches closed an interstate Monday as officials warn the worst of the Missouri River flooding is yet to come.