ST. LOUIS – With rain in the forecast for Wednesday evening, some areas could receive high rain totals, leading to flash flooding.

Creeks, streams, and other low-lying areas are encouraged to be monitored through Thursday.

The area of concern includes much of the viewer area to the north and east.

Last week’s severe weather caused flash flooding at Deer Creek in Rock Hill off of Manchester Road, leading to a water rescue. MSD says the flooding in the area is not connected with them, but rather a FEMA issue.

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With incoming steady rain, this same area as well as similar locations can expect upwards of one to two inches of water.

Those who are traveling through the area or other locations susceptible to flooding, it is advised to use caution when driving.

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