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Several roads in Whitfield and Murray counties became problematic for drivers Sunday afternoon when heavy showers passed through the areas bringing flash flooding with them.
It's been a month since rain drenched the region, turning communities that had never seen major flooding before into national disaster areas.
Update: Nearly 2.5 inches of rain has fallen on Floyd County today, according to the National Weather Service, and more is expected tonight.
The stronger storms have moved through the area, leaving wet roads and swollen creeks in their wake.
The National Weather Service has dropped the flash flood warning for Hawaii island early this morning, but forecasters say the chance of locally heavy showers will threaten the islands through midweek.
A group of politicians and residents in border areas along New Jersey and New York are banning together to urge the formation of a bi-state committee that would work to address flooding issues along the Mahwah River and other waterways that border the two states.
The National Weather Service in the Birmingham area has issued a flood warning for Cahaba River near Cahaba Heights and a flash flood watch for several counties in the state.
Several flash flood warnings are in effect in east Alabama, and rain is expected throughout the day in central Alabama.
A 60-year-old Greenfield man police was taken into custody by police and transported to the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex after they say he tried to flood his apartment.
Heavy rain returning to the northern Plains will generate a renewed flood threat for the Red River of the North and its tributaries.
But that doesn't mean organizers didn't have a few things to worry about in the wake of last month's floods.
Eighty years ago, the stroke of a pen transformed Tennessee and much of the southern United States forever.
A group of lawmakers from New Jersey and New York met in Pearl River, N.Y. Wednesday to urge Gov.
Paul Hamill repairs his flood damaged dock at Deer Lake Resort Park just outside of Huntsville, May 17, 2013.
SALT LAKE CITY — Memorial Day weekend marks the 30th anniversary of a massive flood that turned State Street in downtown Salt Lake City into a river.
In a press release sent out on Thursday, the City of Merritt said they had been advised by the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations that the current inflow to Nicola Lake is continuing to exceed outflow; therefore, they anticipate the Nicola River will rise to near bank-full levels through the city.