Driving rains continue to fall across the south. Storms over the last several days have created dangerous, and deadly conditions.
Some of the worst flooding is in Georgia, where the raging current has claimed at least three lives. Two drivers were swept off of roadways overrun by water.
The search for a toddler continues, who may have been swept away.
The two-year-old boy was found too late. He died after flood-waters ripped through his mobile home.
For another family, already fighting the floods near Atlanta, fire was what ultimately forced them from their homes.
Emergency response teams have been stretched to their limits. High-water rescues continue around the clock.
In Tennessee, family members tried to save a man who bet 5 dollars with friends and relatives, that he could swim across the rapids. He was swept away when he could no longer hold on to a garden hose they were using as a life-line.
Flood-waters also ravaged parts of Missouri and North Carolina, forcing hundreds of families to evacuate.
As the struggle against the water continues, there is more disturbing news.
Forecasters in the region expect at least one more day of heavy rains.