UPDATE (3:15 p.m.): Rapidly rising floodwaters have isolated residents in several areas of the state, including the community of Pierce.
Officials in Northeast Nebraska said water is blocking all roads in and out of Pierce.
Along the Platte River, rapidly rising water has reportedly trapped some residents of Horseshoe Lake near Plattsmouth. At 1:22 p.m., there were reports that water covered the only road leading from the residential development.
UPDATE (2:20 p.m.): Salt Creek rose to near flood stage at Roca on Wednesday afternoon and was flowing over Saltillo Road south of the city. Commuters in south Lincoln are advised to find a different route.
There are also reports that water is covering one lane of 84th Street between Adams Street and Cornhusker Highway in the northeast part of the city.
UPDATE (1:40 p.m.): As water rises, evacuations are taking place in several communities across eastern Nebraska.
Just after 1 p.m., residents of Cedar Rapids were being evacuated due to flooding on Cedar Creek. Cedar Rapids is in Boone County, west of Columbus.
In northern Nebraska, some residents of low-lying areas of Randolph were being evacuated to the city auditorium.
Near Columbus, sandbagging operations were underway in the community of Platte Center along Shell Creek.
Lancaster County and surrounding areas are in a flood warning as heavy rain, compounded by melting snow, saturated soil and frozen ground, is causing streams and rivers to overflow their banks.
At noon, radar estimates by the National Weather Service put rainfall totals near 2 inches from Lexington to Ord to Norfolk.
In Lancaster County, water is reported over the road at several locations:
* Northwest 84th Street and West Branched Oak Road.
* West Middle Road from near Northwest 70th to Northwest 98th streets.
* 98th Street from Waverly Road to U.S. 6.
* Ashland Road from 70th to 84th streets.
* Little Salt Road from U.S. 77 to 70th Street.
* Northwest Mill Grove Road, from Northwest 40th Street to Raymond Road.
* North of Northwest 126th Street and West Rock Creek Road and at Northwest 140th and West Rock Creek.
* East of the railroad tracks on Old Cheney Road near Southwest 84th Street.
* North 14th Street and Agnew Road, Northwest 12th Street and West Agnew Road and Agnew Road from U.S. 77 to 70th Street.
* Southwest Second Street from Nebraska 33 to West Sprague Road.
* West Ashland Road and Northwest 40th Street.
* Greenwood Road from 176th to 190th streets.
* North of Northwest 40th Street and West Davey Road.
In northeast Nebraska, officials in Madison County reported that they ran out of barricades and were resorting to flags to mark roads closed by high water.
WATCH: Cedar River flooding
2 p.m.: Nebraska 92 closed near Wahoo
Evacuations ordered in Randolph
Water over road on Pine Lake
Shell Creek south of Platte Center flooding
Airport delays, cancellations
Other road closures in Panhandle
Other road closures in the panhandle:— NEStatePatrol (@NEStatePatrol) March 13, 2019
-Highway 30 Westbound from Ogallala to WY State Line
-Highway 71 Southbound Scottsbluff to Kimball
-Highway 385 Southboud Bridgeport to Sidney
-Highway 27 Southbound Oshkosh to I-80
-Highway 20 Harrison to WY State Line
Check @Nebraska511. https://t.co/sYIo0V39s1
Flooding issues for landscape
I-80 east closed at I-680 junction in Omaha
High water near Columbus
Newman Grove flooding
TURN AROUND DON'T DROWN: This is what part of Shell Creek in Newman Grove, Nebraska looks like this morning with the rising floodwaters! (Video courtesy of Mary Potmesil).— Siouxland Weather (@KMEG14weather) March 13, 2019
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Some important info in case you find any flood issues today- please take note and be prepared for water on roadways. Please DO NOT drive through floodwaters. Stay dry, stay warm, stay safe. 🚨💦🚨💦 #LNK911 #LNKWeather @Lincoln_Police @LincFireRescue @LSOnebraska pic.twitter.com/hH601ZUKAW— Lincoln-Lancaster Emergency Mngmt. (@LancasterCoEMA) March 13, 2019
Pontoon boat needed?
Fighting flood before snowstorm
Stuck in mud
'Tierra Lake' in Lincoln
“Tierra Lake” has formed. Flooding an issue in parts of Lincoln due to combinations of recent rain and snow pack melting away. Location of photo is the pin drop on the map. Water is probably close to a foot deep. #lnk #nebraska #flooding #newx @NWSOmaha @kdewey1unl pic.twitter.com/BOyqj2dQEF— Jeremy Bower (@jrbstorm) March 13, 2019