Runoff from the heavy rainfall Saturday night will quickly fill low lying and poor drainage areas.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Monday, December 5, 2011
With the ground already saturated and rivers running high, it is possible that the rainfall that occurs today through Monday night could cause some rivers to rise above flood stage.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Many rivers have been rising in response to the rain since yesterday, according to the National Weather Service.
Friday, September 30, 2011
A flood watch is in effect until Oct. 1 in Stow, Fairlawn, Cuyahoga Falls, Twinburg and all of Summit County.
Friday, March 4, 2011
Another wave of consistent showers will make for a wet weekend.
While high water levels and flooded areas have started to drain and dry up, another Flood Watch is just in time for the weekend. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for Summit County from Friday at 12 p.m. through Sunday Morning. Forecasters say heavy rain at times could put some recently flooded areas back under water. About two inches rain is possible from Friday to Sunday, but higher amounts are possible. Low lying and poor drainage areas along with rivers and streams could also experience rising water levels.
Monday, February 28, 2011
Flood warnings are in place after snow melts.
Heavy rainfall and melting snow made for a wet start to the week. There are three Summit County warnings in effect today: a Flood Warning, River Flood Warning and a Flood Watch. The warnings expire at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Monday evening. The U.S. Geological Services current streamflow map shows the Cuyahoga River is flowing at a high level. Road closures in Cuyahoga Falls include: Riverview Road from Bath Road to Bolanz (near Szalay's Sweet Corn Farm), Akron Peninsula Road from Ira Road to Bolanz Road. The Cuyahoga Falls street department reports high water levels along Wyoga Lake Road, but the road is not closed. The Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy delayed classes Monday morning, because the school didn't want students driving to class in …
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Rain and melting snow could cause minor flooding in prone areas and along the river.
From late Sunday night into Monday evening, the National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for Summit County. Forecasters predict an inch to an inch and a quarter of rain and melting snow could cause at least minor flooding to prone areas. Flooding and high water levels near bodies of wather, including the Cuyahoga River, is possible. The local forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies on Sunday and a chance for rain showers on Monday afternoon at around 3 p.m.