After portions of the Valley saw more than an inch of rain in the span of a few hours, flooding has popped up across the area. 

Mahoning County, as well as Lawrence County, remain under a flash flood warning until 10:45 p.m. 

Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers say that there is currently "major flooding" along Route 224. The ramp onto State Route 11 has been reopened.

The Ohio Department of Transportation also reports U.S. 224 is closed just east of Lockwood Boulevard and State Route 165 between U.S. 62 and State Route 46.

Dispatchers from the Mahoning County 911 Center tell 21 News, drivers should avoid South Avenue.

In addition, 21 News viewers reported high waters in Canfield near the Mahoning County Career and Technical Center. 

21 News crews were forced to turn around as high waters spilled over the bumpers of vehicles on Glenwood Avenue in Boardman. 

Dispatchers have reported several instances of vehicles stuck in high water at intersections across the area. 

The Ohio Department of Transportation urges drivers to never drive through high water. Officials remind drivers that just a few inches of water is enough to move a vehicle. 

The Boardman Fire Department is asking drivers to exercise caution and avoid flooded roads.

A Poland Township Trustee tells 21 News, "It's flooding in places it's never flooded before."

21 News is working to stay up to date on severe weather impacts around the Valley. 

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