UPDATE (1:00 p.m.) A FLASH FLOOD WARNING is in effect for Boone, Lincoln and Logan Counties until 2:30 p.m.

The Danville Volunteer Fire Department says they have responded to 13 calls for service in relation to heavy rains and flooding in their area. They are advising residents to stay away from swift-moving water and to not drive through water on the ground.

The photos below were taken on Mud River Road in Chapmanville.

(WOWK) — Loud, intense thunderstorms moved over the WOWK-TV viewing area once again, some even before sunrise Sunday, leaving too much rain in some areas. Parts of Boone, Lincoln and Logan saw as much as 4 inches of rain by mid-morning.

VIPIR Estimates of rainfall early Sunday in the flood warned areas of southern West Virginia

Other parts of the area received as much as 2 to 3 inches of rain as storms flowed repetitively over the same areas.

Broader view of 6 hour estimate of rain from 3:49 a.m. to 9:49 a.m. Sunday

Some towns included in the flash flood area include Madison, Danville and Chapmanville. The initial flash flood warning goes until 1 p.m. Sunday but could be extended based on conditions.

Remember, never drive into an area where water covers the road. It only takes a few inches to sweep a person off their feet and 6 to 12 inches to move a vehicle.

From: NWS

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