Flooding threat closes Tyler, Wetzel ...

Flooding threat closes Tyler, Wetzel schools

Wetzel and Tyler County schools dismissed early Monday as area residents dealt with five to six inches of rain in 48 hours. Despite water clearing the roadways and floodwaters receding back into creeks and streams by evening, area residents then had to turn attentions to the Ohio River, which was expected to crest just above flood stage at Hannibal Lock and Dam by this afternoon.

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