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SLIDESHOW: High water in Greenbrier County

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (WVVA) - High water remained in the eastern part of the WVVA viewing area Tuesday morning, though 911 dispatchers reported no major incidents related to flooding.

Tuckahoe Road and Summit Lake Road in Greenbrier County were both closed Tuesday morning due to high water. Both were expected to be re-opened by Tuesday afternoon.

Swollen stream were also reported by viewers in Monroe and Giles counties, but no road closures were reported.

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (WVVA) - Heavy rain was causing water to rise in the eastern part of the WVVA viewing area Tuesday evening.

WVVA viewers in Greenbrier County reported high waters in the White Sulphur Springs area.

Access on and off of Interstate 64 was restricted at Hart's Run. Tunnels at Hart's Run, Tuckahoe Road and Monroe Draft in Caldwell were closed.

Schools in Monroe County were dismissed at 2:30 p.m. due to the threat of rising waters -- primarily in the northern part of the county.

As of 4:45 p.m., no roads were closed in Monroe County.

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