BLOG: Heavy rain leads to flooded roads, swollen creeks in the Valley

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A very strong area of low pressure tracking from east Alabama into northwest Georgia Sunday evening produced tremendous amounts of rain in north Alabama.

Rain amounts since Sunday afternoon exceed three inches in many communities. One WHNT News 19 viewer who lives near the intersection of Lilly Flagg and Hickory Lane reported 4.22 inches of rain since Sunday afternoon.

As of 11 p.m. Sunday, the 72-hour official rain total for Huntsville had reached 3.62 inches.

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This is an archived live blog. Updates from throughout the flooding event appear below in the order they were posted.

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