Torrential rains continue to pound large portions of Northeast Ohio, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Flood Warning, a Flash Flood warning and a Beach Hazard for some areas.
According to the NWS, radar shows affected areas have already received around an inch of rain and two to three more inches are expected.
A Flood Warning has been issued for the following counties until 10 a.m. on Friday: Huron and Erie.
New Flash Flood Warning for parts of Erie, Huron, Sandusky, and Seneca counties until 8 pm - Heavy rain is increasing the threat for major flooding in this area. Turn around and avoid all flooded spots! #weather #WEWS #Cleveland pic.twitter.com/8SHoA51HGN— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV) June 20, 2019
Motorists encountering flooded roads are strongly advised to turn around. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles, according to the National Weather Service.