West Virginia Underwater

West Virginia is still locked in the grip of extreme weather, with more rain on the way.

West Virginia is still reeling from last week’s extreme weather. Tens of thousand in the state still remain without electricity in the wake of last week’s flooding, which killed at least 25 people, and dozens of roads remain underwater. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has issued disaster declarations in forty-four of the state’s fifty-five counties. Additional rain is forecasted for today and the upcoming weekend, but dry skies will be welcomed during the week.