Rains flood roads in Piedmont Triad

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Multiple counties in the Piedmont Triad are facing flooding Thursday after heavy rains.

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 8 a.m. Friday, according to FOX8 Meteorlogist Emily Byrd.

The National Weather Service reported multiple road closures Thursday due to high water.

In Guilford County, the 6600 and 6700 blocks of Lake Brandt Road near the Haw River are being shut down due to flooding.

In Davidson County, Arcadia Road and Cecil Road are closed.

In Stokes County, trees were blown down on Lynchburg Road and Snow Hill Church Road on Wednesday evening.

In Forsyth County, the NWS reported that Gumtree Road near N.C. 109 was closed.

The 4200 block of Old Greensboro Road in Winston-Salem is closed.

Sawmill Road is flooded with part of the road washing away.

Benefit Church Road is flooded.

The sides of Vance Road are flooded.

Winston-Salem police Tweeted just before 9 a.m. that the 4000 block of High Point Road was completely flooded. They recommend using Union Cross and Glenn Hi Road as a detour.

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