All the rain is causing road problems across the region.
The Miller County Road Department closed six dirt roads in the county today. Cox Road and Grassy Flats Road were among those covered with water. Officials say trucks might make it through, but many cars would have trouble. They say some roads could remain closed for a couple of days and they could have to block off more.
"Probably a few more will close in the next couple of days because the water is still rising. We have a few homes that water is getting up in the yards and getting close to their houses. So, we are monitoring the water coming up in their yard," said Miller County Road Superintendent Charles Moore.