Officials say roughly 12 to 13 shops and other properties have been damaged but no casualties have been reported yet.
"This is why I will never go into a pool that is suspended midair," read one reaction as the video spread online.
Nashville Fire Department said that more than seven inches of rain fell in the Metro Nashville Davidson County area during two days.
The picture shows a fin just outside a fence in a man's backyard, but some people think it may just be a hoax.
The hurricane passed through Cancun yesterday, causing sandstorms, floods and damage to buildings.
"Extremely dangerous" Hurricane Laura will cause up to 20 feet of flooding in certain areas, with Lake Charles being engulfed by sea water.
The damage to southern Texas included flooded streets, downed power lines and fallen trees, as Hurricane Hanna made landfall on Saturday.
Like a scene from action movie "Daylight," one driver captured water spilling into a New York tunnel under the Hudson River on Tuesday evening.
The two beavers, known as Woody and Willow, have been building vital flood defences in Essex and have now had two babies known as kits.
Jonathan Babij, 37, of Ocala, was detained by Marion County deputies and hit with multiple felony charges related to incidents that took place last year—including a stolen trash can worth $20.
The LA Department of Public Health has warned residents and visitors to avoid contact with ocean waters around discharging storm drains, creeks, and rivers.
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.
Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro announced on Tuesday evening that he would declare the city in a state of emergency due to the flooding.
A team of researchers found evidence that suggests climate change may have played a role in the mysterious abandonment of the prosperous prehistoric city of Cahokia around 600 years ago.
The flood warnings are expected to end Saturday afternoon.
Parts of California burned by this summer's Holy Fire were ordered to evacuate on Thursday after severe rain hit the region.
"Kickin' this storm's butt."
A deadly heat wave poses another health risk for survivors still trapped inside their homes.
Hospital Director Chaiwetch Thanapaisal said at a news conference that "everyone is strong in mind and heart."
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.
Police said he was last seen going under the water.