LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Homeowners and officials in Prairie and White Counties told THV 11 that while they have experienced flooding to some farm land, no residential areas have been impacted by flooding.
In Little Rock, public works officials don't want people to worry, but they do want them to be mindful how rising waters can impact their property.
"Never try to do it yourself, especially in the middle of a storm," said Little Rock Operations Coordinator, Mark Jacobi.
Jacobi cautions home owners to be mindful of how fast waters can rise and to let professionals handle serious issues.
"Our first call outs came at about 5:30 yesterday evening. The rain started with a pretty good set of straight line winds; we had a number of trees go down. We've addressed those trees and those limbs. Actually had a few more tree calls than we did drainage calls," said Jacobi.