Nebraska might be feeling a little whiplashed by the weather.
But for today, pity Missouri. Virtually the entire state is under a flood warning and/or or freeze and frost warnings.
An incredible number of rural roads in Missouri are closed due to overflowing creeks and rivers. To look at this map, you'd think the entire state was shut down. And these conditions are actually an improvement from Thursday.
Missouri has received more rain than Nebraska, and its terrain is much hillier with many more steeply ravined creeks.
In northwest Missouri alone, the range of creeks and streams that are flooding include the One Hundred and Two River, Moss Creek, Yellow Creek, Bee Branch, Mussel Fork, Locust Creek and Turkey Creek.
While much of the state has flooding issues, the frost-freeze warnings are mostly in central to east-central Missouri.