Flash flooding continues to pose problems in Alabama Wednesday evening after the Birmingham area experienced major headaches from high-rising waters earlier in the day.
Tuscaloosa is now dealing with flooded roads, and law enforcement has been forced to close several streets mainly near the University of Alabama campus. The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a flash flood warning for Tuscaloosa County until 9 p.m.
List of area road closures according to the Tuscaloosa Police Department:
Areas near Bryant Drive and 14th Street
Areas in the 2200 block of 7th Street 2215 7th St. In front of furniture store
Areas between 13th and 14th Ave. near Paul Bryant Dr.
Areas in the 2500 block of East University Blvd near the new police precinct.
Flooding around Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa Wednesday evening. (Photo courtesy of @thebengeorge/Twitter)
Flooding in the parking lot of an off-campus apartment complex in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of @DWSpruill/Twitter)
Flooding off of Paul Bryant Drive in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of @JWCarroll03/Twitter)
Flooding on 12th Avenue in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of @Trey_Wade/Twitter)
Flooding just down from the Strip off University Blvd. in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of Daniel Black)
Flooding on 14th Avenue in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of @Brett205/Twitter)
Flooding on McFarland Blvd. in Tuscaloosa. (Photo courtesy of @carliemtidmore/Twitter)