On Sunday pockets of steady rain tracked through the Tennessee Valley. This heavy rain led to flash flooding and flooding in low-lying areas. One ofthe hardest hit areas were in Marshall County, specifically the Guntersville area. Roads near the Arab community were impassable at times today, one of those roads were Cobb.
Rain totals range from a half inch to almost seven inches. It is important to note that these are radar estimates of rain totals. Flash flooding is ongoing in Marshall County, making some roads impassable. Some roads in this area include Warrenton Road, Cobb Road, Lookout Drive, and Lexington Drive. The photos above are the ongoing flooding at the campground at Lake Guntersville State Park!
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