Experts say this year's devastating flood season could get even worse in the coming months.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, nearly two-thirds of the U.S. is at an elevated risk for flooding through May. And there's the potential for major or moderate flooding in 25 states.
A large part of the country saw record winter precipitation, and many areas are expected to get above-average precipitation this spring.
The director of NOAA's National Water Center said: "This is shaping up to be a potentially unprecedented flood season, with more than 200 million people at risk for flooding in their communities."
Much of the Midwest — including Nebraska, Iowa and Minnesota — is already dealing with historic flooding. It's left at least three people dead and damaged buildings, roads, bridges and more.