Several businesses were damaged and at least four people were hurt.
A liquor store and a fast-food restaurant were among the damaged businesses in that community, according to meteorologist Jason Holmes of the National Weather Service. "And, ratings are good", Clewley added of the local TV news outlets. One resident said he'd been riding his boat through the streets. He did not elaborate.
In addition to heavy rainfall, Cindy spun up tornadoes in several states, including near Birmingham, AL.
In West Virginia, forecasters warned of possible flooding, damaging wind gusts and severe thunderstorms once what remains of Cindy arrives and merges with another storm front later in the week.
The National Weather Service says that the highest rainfall totals will be seen in the Delta region, from El Dorado to Monticello.
Along the way, Cindy will bring rain to Lancaster County, he said.
The Somerset area is expected to receive nearly two inches of rain.
The Greene County Herald reports that rising waters could threaten homes and public buildings, including an elementary school.
Flooding will be a big concern as a frontal system stretches from along coastal sections of the northeast southwestward across the Mid-Atlantic to the Tennessee and Lower Mississippi Valleys and the southern Plains. He said it appeared one person has been injured but he had no details.
Storms also downed trees in the Florida Panhandle.
Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 70 miles to the southeast and southwest of the center.
Over the coming days, the cold front will push the remnants of the storm east and will help dump more rain over the Tennessee and Mississippi Valley.
In Gulfport, Mississippi, Kathleen Bertucci said about 10 inches (250 millimeters) of rain water found its way into her business selling granite countertops. More rainfall was expected through the day.
In coastal Hancock County, Mississippi, more than 300 streets were flooded, CNN affiliate WVUE-TV in New Orleans reported, citing emergency management officials.
Debris covers State Highway 87 after Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall earlier Thursday, June 22, 2017 on the Bolivar Peninsula in Texas. It weakened to a tropical depression and was moving north toward Arkansas.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Floodwaters from Tropical Storm Cindy covered timberland and fields across the rural Deep South on Saturday, but the sun peeked out enough to offer hope that the worst was over.
Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy are continuing to move through the state dumping torrential rainfalls and continuing he flooding threat.
A few tornadoes are possible through tonight from the lower MS and Tennessee Valley regions to the central Gulf Coast.
Water wasn't the only problem. "If people are watching, that's good". Cindy dropped 6.8 inches of rain on Prattville, AL. Moderate to heavy rain fell hundreds of miles away, throughout much of the Southeast and as far north as southern IL and Indiana. Some storms could be strong/severe with high wind and hail being the primary severe weather threats. A fair weather day is expected with temperatures right around seasonal norms.
Forecasters say Cindy, the onetime tropical storm since downgraded to a depression, is weakening as it heads inland.
Elsewhere, the MS coast received some of the heaviest rain. By mid-morning its maximum sustained winds had weakened to 35 miles per hour and tropical storm warnings and watches were discontinued. On the forecast track, the center will move into southeastern Arkansas early Friday, and into Tennessee later on Friday.
Rainfall amounts of 1 to 4 inches are expected to begin and expand across parts of the Tennessee and OH valleys. Then into the central Appalachians Friday and Saturday. Destin owner American Midstream Partners was reviewing options for the possibility to travel to MP 260 as early as Thursday, the company said.
Heavy rain is forecast to begin in West Virginia by late Friday afternoon, with general forecasts of 1-3 inches (25-75 millimeters) and up to 5 inches (125 millimeters) in spots.
At 8:57 p.m. Friday the National Weather Service in Charleston extended a flash flood warning that was issued at 3 p.m. for much of the area until 1 a.m. Saturday.