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Lowcountry reacts to major flooding problems Monday afternoon

3-5 inches of rain in the Summerville/Goose Creek area left some people flooded Monday afternoon like they have not seen in years.Full story

SCHP: portion of Highway 501 that closed, is reopened

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – The South Carolina Highway Patrol cleared the portion of Highway 501 for travel that was closed due to flooding Tuesday morning. Full story

NJ flood victims face difficult buyout decision

Bob and Pat Smith have seen many floods in their 47 years on Water Street, but none as severe as in Superstorm Sandy. Last year's storm waters rose halfway up their front door and left a debris field of mud and mold that took months to clean. In their early 70s and semi-retired, the Smiths say they' Full story

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  Rains cause N.C. rivers to rise, killing 2

As parts of the east coast are bracing for rain this morning, the flooding threat isn’t over in North Carolina where a storm caused surging waters that claimed two lives. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.

  Heavy rains have some states on alert, while Midwest deals with cold front

Heavy rains have caused severe flooding in states like North Carolina, New Mexico and Utah, while a cold front in the Midwest has residents reaching for their jackets in July. The Weather Channel’s Kim Cunningham reports.

  Tropical Storm Flossie ‘will make a mess of Monday’

Flooding alerts have been issued in Hawaii warning of the possibility of "torrential rainfall, thunderstorms and high winds" as Tropical Storm Flossie heads toward the region. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.

  Parts of North Carolina hit by flooding

A state of emergency has been declared in parts of southwest North Carolina due to flooding. NBC’s Lester Holt reports.

  Firefighters rescue kids standed in flooded river

Firefighters in Arizona rescue three kids trapped by rising flood waters in the Guadalupe River. KVOA’s Sam Salzwedel reports.

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Edith and Harald Dobrauer pose for pictured at their pool that still contains water from a June flood in the village of Gross Rosenburg, some 160 km (99.4 miles) southwest of Berlin, July 30, 2013. Germany's largest news paper Bild dubbed an aerial picture of the flood-water-filled pool, taken on

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Resident Harald Dobrauer cleans the walls of his pool which still contains water from the Elbe River following a June flood in the village of Gross Rosenburg, some 160 km (99.4 miles) southwest of Berlin, July 30, 2013. Germany's largest news paper Bild dubbed an aerial picture of the flood-water-f

Residents Edith and Harald Dobrauer pose for picture at their pool that still contains water from June flood in the village of Gross Rosenburg
Residents Edith and Harald Dobrauer pose for picture at their pool that still contains water from June flood in the village of Gross Rosenburg

Residents Edith and Harald Dobrauer pose for picture at their pool that still contains water from a June flood in the village of Gross Rosenburg, some 160 km (99.4 miles) southwest of Berlin, July 30, 2013. Germany's largest news paper Bild dubbed an aerial picture of the pool, taken on June 10, t