SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS (KSLA) - Rising water has caused a flash flood warning in portions of Southwest Arkansas on Tuesday afternoon.
The warning remains in effect until 2 p.m. Over 10″ of rain has fallen in spots since last night.
The Arkansas Department of Transportation has issued several road closures due to flooding on certain roadways. A portion of Interstate 30 is closed near Prescott, Arkansas.
Rescues are being done in Nashville, Arkansas due to rising waters. This comes after several days of rain.
A culvert has failed just west of Prescott in Hempstead County, according to ARDOT.
In Nevada County, a section of U.S. Highway 371 has been closed due to a washout. In Howard County, a section of U.S. Highway 70 has been closed due to high water.
Drivers are urged to use caution and avoid these areas.
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