Heavy rain closing area roads, flash flood warnings issued

HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) – The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for Miami, Montgomery, Clark and Greene Counties until 2:00 pm Thursday. Warnings have also been issued for Darke and Preble Counties until 2:45 pm.

Heavy rain Thursday also closed Taylorsville Road at Rip Rap Road in Huber Heights. 2 NEWS has learned that as of noon there is no flooding on the road itself but workers are clearing debris away from drainage ditches to enure the water can escape.

An Enon woman sent us photos of flooding around her Enon home Thursday.

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Storm Team 2 Meteorologist Jamie Jarosik says to expect heavy rain throughout the day Thursday but severe weather is not expected. The heavy rain will cause localized flooding in areas.

Drivers are reminded not to drive through high water.

Here are some of the video sent to us by viewers:

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