County road crews are out working as high water affects thoroughfares across Carson Valley.
Flooding closed Buckeye Road and Centerville Lane early on Friday, but as the rain continued issues came at a variety of other places.
East Valley Road was open after a flood across the dip subsided, but further north near Kiss Lane, there were three spots where water at least an inch deep was crossing the road.
Reports from Fish Springs Road and Jo Lane indicate water is rising near the entrance to the community at the base of the Pine Nuts.
According to a photo posted to social media, it appears Pine Nut Creek is undermining the bank where the road enters the neighborhood.
Water was also running along Highway 395 into Ruhenstroth where Smelter Creek typically brings high water.
While the water over Centerville was fairly placid, water was rushing over Buckeye this morning as it flowed past the Minden Maintenance yard in a torrent.
Douglas County shut down its administrative offices on Friday morning as a result of the storm.
But road crews, deputies and other first responders continued to work as the rain fell.