More storms bring renewed flood threat in hard-hit Kentucky
Temperatures are soaring in a region of eastern Kentucky where people are shoveling out the wreckage of massive flooding. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) (Brynn Anderson)Thunderstorms on Friday brought a renewed threat of flooding to parts of Kentucky ravaged by high water a week ago. The National Weather Service issued a flood watch through Sunday evening for nearly the entire state. Last week's storm in eastern Kentucky sent floodwaters as high as rooftops. The weather service also posted flood watches for much of West Virginia and through the Washington, D.C., area.wftv.com
Flooding forces closures in St. Augustine, including Bridge of Lions
As a nor’easter continued to pummel the coastlines of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia on Saturday morning, the major king tide flooding in the St. Augustine area forced closures of several roads and shut down the Bridge of Lions.
Michigan governor declares state of emergency over "extraordinary flooding"
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) declared a state of emergency Saturday over what she called "extraordinary flooding," which caused power outages, sewer backups and left dozens of drivers stranded.Driving the news: Flood watches were in place through Sunday, after up to 7 inches of rain fell in some parts of the state over the past few days, per the National Weather Service. Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeThe big picture: More than 47news.yahoo.com
LIVE RADAR: Localized flooding possible with rounds of heavy rain Sunday
ORLANDO, Fla. – Waves of heavy rain remain possible across Central Florida Sunday as deep tropical moisture from Tropical Storm Gamma, moving away from Florida, surges in. On and off light rain will continue through the morning with heavier rain and storms developing in the afternoon. Deep tropical moisture surges in from Tropical Storm GammaA warm front lifting north will be the focal point for more storms Sunday. Areas in green, all of Central Florida will be under the gun for heavy rain and localized flooding. A flood watch remains in effect for most of Central Florida until 4 a.m. Monday.
LIVE RADAR: Rounds of heavy rain return to Central Florida, Flood Watch in effect through the weekend
A good chunk of Central Florida, especially inland, will be dry for a lot of Saturday. The most widespread and heaviest rain will fall along the coast Saturday. Flood potentialFuture radarLocalized flooding will be possible especially along the coast Saturday. Flood Potential SundayThe heavy rain and flood threat expand inland Sunday. A flood watch is in effect until early Monday morning as several inches of rain could fall on already saturated ground.
At least five killed as flooding continues in South
Days of torrential rainfall have triggered flooding in the lower Mississippi Valley. Some rivers are expected to crest Saturday, adding to the trouble. At least three weather-related deaths have been reported and hundreds of rescues have taken place. David Begnaud reports from Bossier City, Louisiana.cbsnews.com