- Heavy rain will finally move away from the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers on Sunday.
- Runoff from heavy rainfall will continue to increase river levels.
- River flooding will also become more widespread and may persist well into the week ahead in some areas.
- River flooding has already set records in parts of the Lower Great Lakes.
Widespread flooding is ongoing across the Ohio River and lower Mississippi Valley, and excessive runoff will keep flooding high along those rivers and their tributaries into the week ahead.
Severe Storms, Possible Tornadoes Strike the Mid-South
At least 10,000 homes and businesses were without power statewide Saturday night, according to PowerOutage.us, and more than 18,000 customers in Kentucky were in the dark.
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