Rain causes flooding in parts of northeast North Carolina

Flooding seen in Hobbsville, North Carolina. (Photo courtesy Jennifer Hobbs)

HERTFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — Rain caused localized flooding in some parts of northeast North Carolina on Friday.

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WAVY viewer Jennifer Hobbs shared photos of flooding in the Hobbsville section of Gates County. Water can be seen flowing over a roadway there and completely covering a home’s front yard.

In Hertford County, flash flooding caused Pinetops Road to washout, closing the road. The North Carolina Department of Transportation have placed barricades there. Drivers are asked to avoid the area.

Super Doppler 10 meteorologists reported scattered showers across northeast North Carolina and southside Hampton Roads on Friday morning.

More showers are expected to move through Hampton Roads throughout the evening Friday, into Saturday and throughout the day Saturday. We won’t see much sunshine until next Wednesday. A flash flood watch has been issued for Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina from 6 a.m. Saturday through Saturday evening.

The Suffolk Parks and Recreation TGIF Summer Concert scheduled for Friday, Aug. 11 was canceled due to the weather forecast.

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Flooding seen in Hobbsville, North Carolina. (Photo courtesy Jennifer Hobbs)