Living up North, in Pennsylvania, we hardly ever see flooding like this, not that we don't get floods and a lot of water sometimes. It just seems the ground here in Tunica, Mississippi is drenched and can't hold any more water.
No matter where we drove, even going to Memphis, Tennessee, there was more water than the ground could hold.
Signs and poles were all surrounded by water.
Here is a driveway that now leads into a body of water.
If I wouldn't have known these were cotton fields, I would have thought it was a lake.
It finally stopped raining and it looks now like everything is getting back to normal.
Does anyone know if this always happens in Mississippi when it rains a lot or if this is something out of the normal?