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Inclimate weather that dumped from 2 to 3 inches on Shelby County from Thursday to Sunday did no appreciable damage and caused no major problems, officials said.
Shelby County Road Supervisor Carl Henry said some roads were flooded for a short time, including Bruner's Town Road and Scotts Station, but added that is not unsual in heavy rain.
"That is typical for those areas," he said.
Henry said since the road temperature stayed up to at least 34 degrees, there were no problems other than minor flooding.
"It's [temperatures] supposed to be back down tonight, but I don't foresee any problems," he said on Monday.