8:52am

Wed January 7, 2009
WVAS Local

Heavy rainfall overnight cause flooding in some parts of Alabama.

Montgomery, Alabama – MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Parts of Alabama are dealing with flood waters because of heavy rainfall overnight.
Flood warnings have been posted for small streams in Lawrence,
DeKalb, Jackson, Madison, Limestone, Marshall, Cullman and Morgan
counties.
Flooding is also a concern for the Black Warrior and Tombigee
rivers.
Several counties report storm damage from Tuesday's severe
weather. They include Calhoun, Shelby and St. Clair counties where
possible funnel clouds damaged structures and snapped trees.
No injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, most of southeast Alabama is under a lake wind
advisory until 7 p.m.