The water from the deadly floods in Colorado is making its way to Western Nebraska.
Nebraskans are bracing for flooding along the South Platte River later this week when the water from Colorado's torrential rains arrives.
The National Weather Service is warning about flooding in low-lying along the South Platte beginning Wednesday and continuing for several days.
Recording flooding is expected in rural areas along the South Platte as it runs along Interstate 76 and near Interstate 80 at Roscoe.
Some flooding is also expected in the city of North Platte and near where the South Platte joins with the North Platte River east of that city.
The Weather Service hasn't yet issued a forecast for the river downstream of Brady.
Lincoln County officials are preparing for flooding in southwest North Platte.
Roscoe is expected to see record flooding Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service's office in North Platte.
The river is anticipated to reach just above flood level at 13.8 feet in North Platte, with the crest coming between late Friday night and early Saturday morning.
"People should be alert to current observations and forecasts," said Teresa Keck, Warning Coordinator Meteorologist. "Be on the lookout for information from local emergency management as well."
If you live near or have property close to the river, you are advised to move things away from the water and be prepared to move to higher ground.
The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency is sending a team to Ogallala to help.