WOOD RIVER, Nebraska (KHAS) -- Nebraska's Platte River will likely catch the aftermath of Colorado's flooding.
Sandbagging and emergency levees are being put up at the Nebraska-Colorado border.
Roscoe, Paxton, North Platte and Brady are the towns at risk right now.
Along the South Platte River, record flooding is anticipated, but the flooding is expected to move east as well.
According to National Weather Service, some parts of Nebraska will see their greatest water levels in 80 years.