The Latest: Flooded Docks, Roads & Trails Across Southern Minnesota
Flooding continues to impact travel, and river and lake levels across the region.
In Martin County, Highway 4 near Sherburn is partially closed due to standing water on the roadway.
To the east, in Fairmont, residents also reported heavy rain, causing at least one dock on Budd Lake to become completely submerged.
Sibley County officials say the area near Henderson is under a Flood Warning.
The county says it anticipates the closure of Highway 19 and Highway 93 as Minnesota River levels continue to rise.
And in North Mankato, a portion of Judson Bottom Road is closed, along with trails along the river from Kiwanis Recreation Area to the Highway 14 Bridge.
The trail going from Riverfront Park to Sibley Park is also closed until further notice.No Wake Restrictions have also been issued on all Le Sueur and Martin County lakes, and a handful of lakes in Blue Earth County, including Duck and Madison Lake.
Land of Memories is also flood stage, forcing the relocation of the Solstice music event.
Solstice has been moved to The Hub Food Park in Old Town Mankato, with live music kicking off at 6 p.m. tonight.