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Water, water, everywhere! Look at all the flooding in the Triad

Here's a look at some of the photos and videos that made us say, WOW!

GREENSBORO, N.C. — After a long stretch of tornado warnings Thursday morning into the afternoon, the biggest threat to the Piedmont Triad quickly became flooding. Many of you are sharing your photos and videos with us. Here's a look at some of the images that made our jaws drop. 

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Clifford Sockwell shared photos on Friday with us of High Rock Road at Bittle Road in Gibsonville. The road looks more like a lake! 

We drove by the area, and it looked more like a river. Check out the water rushing in the video below. 

Our Marissa Tansino stopped by a home in Archdale. The backyard is totally underwater. 

We all know Revolution Mill in Greensboro is prone to flooding, and it wasn't any different this time around. 

Wayne Purdy shared these photos of water up to her shins in Mayodan! 

While driving through the neighborhood, Brian Pickett couldn't help but take a video of a home surrounded by floodwaters in the North Davidson community of Davidson County.

The storm also caused sinkholes in King, NC.  According to WFMY viewer Wendy Johnson, these photos were taken near West Stokes High School. (The photo on the right is from Brown Road. The photo on the left is from Goff Road.) Johnson says both are used to get kids to and from school. 

Remember turn around, don't drown! Chris Burleson shared this video with WFMY of a truck driving through a flooded road on Oregon Hill Road in Rockingham County.

In Archdale, this house was pretty much surrounded by floodwater due to the storm and heavy rain. 

The storm even caused the Winston-Salem National Little League’s baseball field to become completely flooded.

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