As of 5:30 p.m. on Apr. 26: Water levels are dropping slowly in some areas of Lamont County.
Public works has spent the day repairing and opening roads where possible, as well as opening up culverts to assist with water flow.
Many areas are still under water, with a long list of roads still closed due to safety concerns.
"People should be aware that this is still an ongoing issue, roads are going to be washed out and dangerous to drive on," said Lamont County communications coordinator Heather Atkinson.
The county stated:"In the next few days it is expected that the majority of flooding over roads will be gone and major repairs can begin."
The local state of emergency is still in effect, drivers are being asked to use extra caution and not to move and barriers. 

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