SULLIVAN, Mo. – Severe storms rolled through Sullivan, Missouri, again Wednesday morning, just one day after a tornado led to scattered damage around the community.

Residents tell FOX 2 that Wednesday’s storms have led to flash flooding around several neighborhoods and streets. Viewer James T. Hardy sent several photos of flooding impacts to FOX 2.

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A flash flood warning is in effect for Crawford and Franklin counties, along with others, through at least 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. If you notice high water levels on the streets, turn around and find another route.

Sullivan storm damage (Photo: James T. Hardy)Sullivan storm damage (Photo: James T. Hardy)Sullivan storm damage (Photo: James T. Hardy)

The FOX 2 Weather Team has also learned of at least one confirmed tornado near Meramec State Park, just outside Sullivan city limits.

All of this comes one day after an EF1 tornado ripped through Sullivan, damaging a local bar and a high school.

We are tracking tornado watches and warnings in the St. Louis region for much of the afternoon. For the latest updates, click here.