Rain and snowmelt has triggered deadly flooding in parts of the Midwest and South.Arkansas’ Quichita River has burst its banks. At least three deaths have been reported.
- Rain and snowmelt has triggered deadly flooding in parts of the Midwest and South.
- Arkansas’ Ouachita River has burst its banks.
- At least three deaths have been reported.
The Ouachita River near Arkadelphia, Arkansas, burst its banks Friday, turning roads into rivers.
More heavy rain will exacerbate flooding in the central and southern U.S. this weekend. In addition, over portions of the Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee Valleys, severe thunderstorms
Most of Arkansas had received 4 to 10 inches of rain by Friday after 72 hours of downpours. Hundreds of roads were closed and emergency workers had conducted numerous water rescues.
It’s not over.
2 on the roads
The Ouachita River is a 605-mile-long (974 km) river that runs south and e-tahast through the U.S. states of Arkansas and Louisiana, joining the Tensas River to form the Black River near Jonesville, Louisiana. It is the 25th longest river in the United States (by main stem).
High water leads to rescue, school, road closures
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