MONROE, W.Va. — Several areas of southern West Virginia were impacted by flooding over the weekend.

In Monroe County, there were reports of cars being partially submerged in water near James Monroe High School on Saturday.  Emergency management officials reported flash flooding in Peterstown, Lindside, and Rock Camp in the southern and eastern parts of the County.  At least six mudslides reportedly occurred along US Highway 19 between Peterstown and Union.

In Greenbrier County, Route 92 was closed a few miles north of White Sulfur Springs because of flooding and possible road damage.

In Pocahontas County, Route 92 South in the Rimel area was closed due to flash flooding.

A Flash Flood Watch remained in effect through late Sunday evening for Mercer, Monroe, Summers, Greenbrier, Wyoming, Raleigh, Fayette and Pocahontas counties.

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