Alabama residents uploaded videos of floodwaters and their effects as authorities said a child, an 18-year-old, and two adults died as a result of flooding.
The Pelham Fire Department said that at least 82 residents were rescued from their homes and over 15 others were rescued from vehicles during the flooding.
The National Weather Service said the area could see more than 2 inches of rain per hour as thunderstorms roll through the state.
New York residents took to social media to document the historic weather event.
Northeastern U.S. states are being hit by the remnants of Hurricane Ida as the first ever "flash flood emergency" alerts are issued in New York and tornadoes form in New Jersey.
"I for sure thought we were going to drown," said mom Vanessa Yates. "Me and my baby wouldn't make it."
"I will be forever bonded to the people of Waverly." A helicopter pilot rescued at least a dozen people from the floods in Tennessee from their rooftops.
At least 17 people are still missing in North Carolina due to the effects of the storm that caused devastation across the state.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper confirmed that 98 people have been rescued from floodwaters in the state following severe weather from Storm Fred on Tuesday.
"Ongoing search and rescue efforts are happening in Lake Logan and the Cruso areas," Haywood County Emergency Services Director Travis Donaldson said during a press conference.
Rescue crews were unable to recover the body until Sunday morning due to the extreme weather in the area.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is working to safely evacuate people on Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon after multiple large mudslides.
Mailboxes and trash cans were also carried down the road by the heavy rain in Flagstaff, Arizona, on Wednesday.
The park in southern Utah was hit with more than an inch of rain in the space of an hour on June 29.
After traveling through the Carolinas on Monday morning, Tropical Storm Claudette is expected to head out to the Atlantic Ocean and travel to Nova Scotia on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service said around 4 inches of rain fell in just a few hours in Dallas County, with heavy rain expected to continue throughout the week in north Texas.
Four locations in Houston are currently experiencing high water levels, according to a spokesman for the Houston TranStar, forcing several roadways to be shut down.
Several weather warnings are in place across the U.S.
The National Weather Service issued flood warnings across parts of Oregon and Washington following the severe flooding of the area around the Umatilla River.
South Carolina and Georgia also have flash flood warnings due to heavy rainfall
Several parts of Arizona, including Phoenix and Tuscon, have been issued with severe flood and thunderstorm warnings, with wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour expected.
Flash flooding is expected in several parts near the West Coast, including most of Arizona and some parts of Southern California, which has seen its first significant rainfall since May.
Flash flood warnings remain in place until Monday evening.
Three times the usual rainfall for July fell in a matter of days over parts of the country as 11 regions have declared fatalities, local media reports.
The slow-moving system has already dropped large hail and inches of rainfall in parts of Texas and Missouri.
The Southwest monsoon provides most of northwest Mexico's yearly rainfall.
The floods are just a precursor to the summer monsoon season.