Due to the heavy rains that have occurred in the region and saturated soils that have caused flash flooding and road closures, reports according to the National Weather Service issued an alert in different between Dallas, Louisiana, Little Rock and Arkansas, in addition, according to Freightwaves the most affected areas will be parts of the central valleys of Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee, as well as the northeast, will be soaked from Tuesday through Friday.

There is also the potential for localized flash flooding in these areas, including places such as Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville, Tennessee; Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; Indianapolis; Columbus, Ohio; Pittsburgh and Philadelphia; Baltimore; Washington; as well as most of Virginia and North Carolina.

Read more in: freightwaves.com


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