River flooding locally is expected to continue today, with the river at Arkansas City expected to crest sometime later today. However, the National Weather Service in Wichita warns that it’s not over yet. There is even more rain in this week’s forecast, and experts predict that the flood waters could be rising again soon. On Monday afternoon at about 2, the river level stood at 13.3 feet. Flood stage is 11 feet. However, the river was expected to crest early this morning at 13.3 feet, and then fall below flood stage by this afternoon. The city doesn’t begin to close stormwater flood gates until the river reaches 14 feet. Meanwhile, the Walnut River is not flooding at Arkansas City, where it stood at 16.9 feet at 8 last night. Flood stage on the Walnut is 18 feet, and it is expected to crest today at about 17.5 feet. In Winfield, a flood warning for the Walnut River continues however, until Wednesday morning. The Walnut is forecast to crest at 22.5 feet. At 22 feet, a large part of the Winfield Fairgrounds will be under water, along with many roads west of Rock and northwest of Winfield. According to the National Weather Service, Arkansas City received 3.28 inches of rainfall on Saturday alone, including 2.73 inches just between 3:49 and 6:54 p.m. More rain fell on Sunday.