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Hwy. 169 near Mankato reopens after flooding

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U.S. Highway 169 between Mankato and St. Peter is back open Sunday after it was closed a day earlier because of flooding and mudslides, WCCO reports.

Moderate to heavy rain Saturday, combined with melting snow, shut down a 10-mile stretch of the southern Minnesota highway between U.S. Highway 14 and Minnesota Highway 22.

The Pioneer Press notes Highway 66 between Mankato and Blue Earth County Road 35 remains closed.

Click here, for the latest road conditions.

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