BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Some North Dakota counties are dealing with damaged roads after a weekend of heavy rains and flooding.

Morton County roads have about 60 areas that will need maintenance after the latest storm — the second major rainstorm in two weeks. Road Superintendent Nick Kraft tells KXMB-TV the ground is so saturated that rain doesn't soak in — and some parts of the county got 4 inches over the weekend.

At least one road was closed, and The Bismarck Tribune reports that a rural bridge near Hebron was washed out by flooding.

The Minot Daily News reports that Ward County has implemented weight restrictions for some gravel roads that are waterlogged.

The National Weather Service reports that the weekend rain pushed the August total in Dickinson to a record 6.25 inches.

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