Flood and Flash Flood warnings in parts of USWritten by Everett Waid
Flood warnings and watches have been issued for a number of states in the US including:
Parts of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia (http://www.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=mrx&wwa=all)
Parts if Illinois (http://www.whas11.com/weather/flood-warning_47212475/282467185)
Parts of Northern Texas (http://www.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=fwd&wwa=all)
In addition there have been Flash Flood warnings and watches for several states in the US including:Parts of Montana (http://www.shorelinemedia.net/ap-mo--ksgf-mo-flash-flood-warning-mo/article_54d944f3-524e-55d6-801a-530bf279a746.html)
Parts of Arkansas (http://weatheralerts.alertblogger.com/?p=34608) Many of these areas have already suffered extensive damge due to flooding earlier in the year, and some are seeing more than they have in decades. Illinois, for example, has recently broken the all time record set in 1875, according the the Indy Star. In addition there are storms moving through parts of the Southeast, along with those areas already listed. For detailed weather information in your area, you can check with the National Weather Service, or with the Weather Channel.