Experts say the flooding in Colorado will affect Nebraska, and the impacts are expected to be felt in the next two days.
The majority of the flood waters will head to the South Platte River. The waters will enter the state through Julesburg, Neb., with experts expecting it to reach just west of Ogallala.
Currently the South Platte River in Nebraska is dry with little flow, but experts say there could be a three to four foot rise in the river channel.
Engineering hydrologist Duane Woodward explained what people living or working near the river should expect.
"If you live down along the South Platte river or Platte river, water is definitely going to be coming up and you are definitely going to want to keep your eyes open if you try to do any types of work along the river banks," explained Woodward, "and stuff is going to fill the ground with water in or around that area too, so were going to have high water in the rivers, soggy banks in different places."