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Several roads closed for high water, rock slides

Sullivan Road in Raleigh is closed due to high water (Coal City Volunteer Fire Department)

UPDATE: As of 2:50 p.m. Sunday, multiple roads in Southern West Virginia are closed due to high water and mudslides.

Several counties remain under a flood watch or flood warning as some areas are expected to receive up to 3 inches of rain by midday Sunday.

If you have to be out on the road, it is important to take it slow, never drive through high water, and make sure to turn your headlights on.

For the latest weather updates, follow meteorologist Doug Harlow, Nick Patrick and Brandon Stover on Twitter and visit the Eyewitness Weather page.

If you see flooding in your area, send us videos and photos here if you can do so safely.

The West Virginia Department of Transportation is reporting multiple road closures across Southern West Virginia due to high water and rock slides.

The DOH said crews are working to clear several rock and mudslides on U.S. 52 overnight and Sunday morning.

In Logan County, Browns Run Road is closed. In Mingo County, U.S. 52 in Delbarton is closed due to a mudslide.

In Mercer County, Kale Road, Low Water Road and Little Rich Creek Road are closed due to high water.

Sullivan Road is shut down at the Sullivan ramp in Raleigh County. Also in Raleigh County, 1101 odd Road in Ghent is shut down.

In McDowell County, Hagerman Hollow Road is closed. Power House Road is closed at the low water bridge in Morgan County.

In Greenbrier County, Calwell Rail Road Tunnel is closed, as well as Tuckahoe Road and Harts Run Road.

Several counties remain under a flood watch or flood warning as some areas are expected to receive up to 3 inches of rain by midday Sunday.

If you have to be out on the road, it is important to take it slow, never drive through high water, and make sure to turn your headlights on.

For the latest weather updates, follow meteorologist Doug Harlow, Nick Patrick and Brandon Stover on Twitter and visit the Eyewitness Weather page.

If you see flooding in your area, send us videos and photos here if you can do so safely.

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