Red Cross officials said finding their flood shelters is easy to do if you know where to look.
"You can download a Red Cross app or go to our website and all of our apps have shelters, up to date info. You just put in your location and they'll show you where it is. Same as the website, you just put in your zip code and they're going to show you exactly where your local shelters are," said Kasey Kelly with the American Red Cross.
Other helpful flood tips from the Red Cross include being prepared to evacuate at a moment's notice, don't try to walk through flood waters. It takes just 6 inches of water to sweep you off your feet, also if you come to a flooded road, remember the saying, turn around, don't drown.
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