Severe weather hit parts of the Northland Tuesday and it has left some areas facing flash flooding into the evening hours.

The National Weather Service in Duluth sent out an urgent message Tuesday to share flooding information and advise people not to venture out into the impacted areas.

Turn Around Don't Drown

According to the National Weather Service, flash flooding was happening across parts of northeast Minnesota. The flooding was mainly occurring along and north of the Iron Range.

The most dangerous areas were from Cook to Tow and areas north, including Lake Vermillion where 4-6"+ has already fallen with rain continuing to fall.

The NWS urged the public not to attempt to travel in these areas unless fleeing from the flash flooding and not to attempt to cross flooded roads, especially if fast-moving water is observed.

Most flood deaths occur in vehicles, so it's important to "turn around, don't drown". It also helps keep first responders out of harm's way.

Flash Flood Warnings Remain In Effect

Flash Flood Warnings remain in effect across parts of northeast Minnesota, along and north of the Iron Range.

Heavy rainfall is expected in this area through this evening and flooding could very well get worse before it gets any better in many places. New areas of flooding could also develop as rivers and streams rise rapidly overnight.

On the NWS Facebook post, area residents began to share photos of flooding in the area.

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The Minnesota Department in Northeast Minnesota also shared photos of flooding that had begun through its Facebook page.

Our media partners at WDIO-TV also shared a video they had received from JoEllen Roppe that showed flooding near 3rd and 25th in Hibbing.

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WDIO also posted a photo that shows a brave dog facing the elements.

Remember, the Minnesota Department of Transportation provides always current road conditions so you can keep up with conditioning in northeast Minnesota and throughout the state.

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