Pictures: Parts of Central Alabama Dealing With Flooding

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We’ve had lots of rain overnight in the Tennessee Valley, and a flash flood warning remains in effect for DeKalb, Marshall and Jackson counties until 8:30 a.m.

Some areas in north Alabama had 2 to 3 inches of rain overnight, causing some road flooding in Marshall County.

Much of central Alabama is still under the threat of severe weather.  As rain continues to fall across the area, many people are experiencing issues with flooding.

Many areas received three to four inches of rain, with radar estimates greater than five inches.

Tarrant has flooded areas, and so does Homewood, where there were water rescues early Monday morning at Lakeshore Garden Apartments. Cars are flooded and water is seeping in ground floor apartments.

Hoover and Pelham also report flooding issues, as well as mudslides and evacuation.

Numerous roads are closed or under water.

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