Record floodwaters inundated parts of southern Louisiana early Tuesday after intense rains caused flash flooding and prompted hundreds of rescues.
Authorities were using military helicopters and a C-130 cargo plane Sunday to evacuate thousands of residents stranded by rising floodwaters in the eastern Australian state of Queensland, the government said.
Heavy rains left thousands stranded in eastern Australia on Saturday as authorities warned of more flooding and urged several communities to flee to higher ground.
Thai authorities are considering the construction of a super-express waterway through Bangkok to prevent future floods similar to the one that has crippled the Thai capital and brought manufacturing in other parts of the country to a standstill.
CNN's Liz Neisloss reports on how the city of Bangkok is coping with ongoing flood waters.
Flooding caused by monsoon rains and swollen rivers has ravaged Thailand, affecting more than 9.5 million people nationwide.
Natasha Cheung of World Vision describes the challenges of getting aid to flood victims in Thailand.
Bangkok faces the highest flood levels yet and is preparing for the worst, the governor of the Thai capital told CNN.
People in and around Bangkok are being moved to higher ground as floodwaters spread. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the turmoil in Thailand where more than nine million people have been affected by floods.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the effort to get aid to parts of Thailand devastated by flooding.
Thailand's devastating floodwaters are draining southward towards Bangkok Friday, and residents have been told to prepare for the worst when the spring high tide and a huge volume of water flowing down the Chao Phraya River merge over the next couple of days.
Workers in Thailand are racing against time Thursday to shore-up protective floodwalls in Bangkok with sandbags and mud to stop the country's devastating floods from engulfing parts of the capital.
CNN's Mari Ramos explains why Thailand's rivers are "backing up", causing water to rise.
As flooding continues in Southeast Asia, Thailand's capital is bracing for the worst. CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports.
Thailand's capital was braced for unprecedented flooding Wednesday, amid the monsoon rains that have overwhelmed much of the country as well as Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines in recent weeks.
CNN's Andrew Stevens with a look at the cumulative effect of flooding in Thailand.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the Monsoon flood impacting five million Pakistanis.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the natural and man-made problems affecting flood victims in Badin, Pakistan.
The swollen Susquehanna River began receding in northern Pennsylvania on Friday as authorities there and in other eastern U.S. states hit by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee warned the crisis is not over.
Binghamton, New York, residents are ordered to evacuate after remnants from tropical storm Lee caused massive flooding.
The flood-engorged Susquehanna River was beginning to crest late Thursday in some Pennsylvania and New York cities, while other communities braced for still higher water levels.
Gov. Peter Shumlin says his state is dealing with widespread flooding and damage from Hurricane Irene.
A good news/bad news scenario emerged in New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, with an orderly evacuation preventing possible catastrophe along the coast but torrential rains setting up record inland flooding in the next 48 hours, Gov. Chris Christie said Sunday.
Floodwaters crest in Minot, North Dakota, displacing thousands. CNN's Jim Spellman reports.
At least 175 people have died from flooding this month in southern and eastern China, the country's Ministry of Civil Affairs said Monday.
Several provinces in China are being battered by torrential rains and severe flooding. CNN's Jaime FlorCruz reports.
Floods that have ravaged parts of China have left 14 people dead and 53 people missing, government officials said Tuesday.
Floodwaters around Vidalia, Louisiana, aren't going anywhere, anytime soon, as CNN's Jeanne Meserve reports.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened the first of potentially several bays of the Morganza spillway on Saturday afternoon, a move intended to spare some areas from severe flooding while redirecting water into others.
Andrew Fahlund of American Rivers talks about environmental techniques that can ease reliance on levees during floods.
As a historic crest of the swollen Mississippi River rolls southward, residents throughout the river region are on high alert and braced for the possibility of more flooding in the days ahead.
Waging war against historic flooding in eight Midwestern and Southern states, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opened a spillway north of New Orleans on Monday in an effort to calm the rising Mississippi River.
Memphis and its economy are bracing for its worst flood since the 1930s.
Rising waters on the Mississippi River is causing flood levels of historic proportions across the Midwest.
Sandbag walls were beginning to rise Tuesday across parts of the Midwest against what the National Weather Service warned could be record flooding in the Mississippi and Ohio river valleys over the next week.
Australia's trade minister says despite the flooding toll, the country will return its budget to surplus by 2012-13.
The flooding in the Australian state of Queensland will cost "hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars," Prime Minister Julia Gillard said Friday as she toured the devastation.
Thirteen townships in Australia's flooded Queensland state were evacuated Thursday as forecasters warned it may be weeks before river levels start to drop.
Parts of northeast Australia braced for more flooding Thursday, a day after the nation's prime minister promised aid to flood-ravaged towns, and half of the state of Queensland was declared a disaster zone.
Rescue workers in San Diego pull a group of people from the perils of rushing floodwaters.
Monsoon-like conditions overwhelmed southern California on Wednesday, creating flash floods that kept workers at home and businesses and streets knee deep in mud and water.
Northern California is hit with a barrage of bad weather in many forms. KXTV reports.
Residents in Stanwood, Washington, fill sandbags after record rains cause flooding. KING's Jim Foreman reports.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers offered support Monday to state and local officials in western Washington battling fast-moving floodwaters and rising rivers.
Flood victims across Australia brace for more rain. Nine Network's Dimity Clancey reports.
More than 4,000 people were isolated by flood waters and as many as 1,800 have been evacuated in the Australian state of New South Wales after a week of heavy rains, the government said Monday.
Authorities continue to monitor a levee along the Wisconsin River that is under threat of failure.
CNN's Reza Sayah rides a hovercraft across a lake created due to heavy rains in Pakistan.
Recovery efforts are struggling to meet the needs of flood survivors in Pakistan.
The United States is launching a new program to provide jobs for thousands of people in flood-ravaged Pakistan, it said Wednesday.
Tears flow for the dead and missing from Pakistan's catastrophic flooding. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the devastation from the flooding in Pakistan.
CNN's Sara Sidner joins the head of the USAID on a visit to Pakistani flood relief camps.
The Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee, is predicted to be at flood stage overnight Friday, and flood levels should begin to fall after daylight, according to the National Weather Service.
Residents of Putnam, Tennessee, are dealing with devastating flash floods. WTVF reports.
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on the U.N. chief's visit to Pakistan and his calls for aid to reach flood victims faster.
Up to half a foot of torrential rain in northeastern Kentucky has led to swift-water rescues, propelled a truck into a tree and washed away homes and businesses -- and more severe weather is on the way.
The deadly flash floods that swept through remote Arkansas valleys, killing some campers and leaving many others missing, are a grim reminder of the sudden nature of flash floods and the importance of being prepared for emergencies.
Rescue crews travel by boat to pull residents from their flooded homes in Rhode Island. CNN's Reynolds Wolf reports.
The Red River at Fargo, North Dakota, reached "major flood stage" early Wednesday as the National Guard and a small army of volunteers filled sandbags to keep the waters at bay.
Fargo, North Dakota, hopes a massive sandbagging effort will help keep flooding from Red River to a minimum.
Facing near-record floodwaters, Red River communities in Minnesota and North Dakota raced Tuesday to shore up levees and dikes, officials said.
ITN's Debi Edwards describes the scene in Cockermouth, England, washed out by heavy rain and flooding.
Forecasters predicted more rain for England's flood-ravaged northwest region Saturday, but said the risk of more flooding was smaller than in recent days and river levels were dropping.
Parts of Scotland and northern England were under several feet of water Friday morning after raging rivers burst their banks and flooded towns, officials said.
Residents attempt to return home but find unbearable conditions in flood-ravaged India. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
The death toll climbed higher Tuesday in Georgia as dry skies over much of metropolitan Atlanta stopped advancing floods.
Emergency workers in Tallahassee, Florida rescue residents trapped by flood waters caused by Fay.
Flooding caused by the former Tropical Storm Fay prompted evacuations in parts of northern Florida on Sunday as what was left of the storm stalled over southern Mississippi.
Neighbors in several towns that sit on the Mississippi River are doing their best to help each other, but there has still been a great cost
The Midwest has dealt with all kinds of weather this week, from lightning to tornadoes to flooding.
Residents were ordered to evacuate low-lying sections of towns along the overflowing Cedar River on Wednesday
Flood waters continue to rise in Pacific, Missouri and are not expected to crest until this weekend.
Heavy rains caused many parts of Missouri to flood. CNN's T.J. Holmes reports.
CNN's Sean Callebs shows CNN.com's Melissa Long flood damage from South Lebanon, Ohio.
Severe floods have caused horrible driving conditions in Dallas, Texas.
Rising waters from the Blanchard River in Findlay, Ohio, threaten homes and businesses.
Britain's Environment Agency reduced the number of flood warnings for eastern England Friday morning and declared the worst was over after a storm surge, which had been forecast to cause heavy flooding, peaked at lower-than-expected levels.
Flood fears from a storm surge in the North Sea have started to fade. CNN's Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
Monsoon rains in South Asia have driven millions from their homes and caused what the United Nations says is the worst flooding in living memory.
Millions marooned in floods
Flood-hit UK tries to recover
Flooded out in UK
Nearly 150,000 homes were without drinking water Monday after the worst floodwaters in 60 years swamped large areas of western England.
UK hit hard by floodwaters
Flood devastates Texas town
Texas river overflows
Ernesto, downgraded to a tropical depression, flooded roads and closed schools as it moved across North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland. It was linked to at least six deaths.
Residents in northeast Pennsylvania and New York are breathing sighs of relief Friday after flood walls and levees held their own against flooding that has killed at least 14 people in four states.
Levees contained the swollen Susquehanna River in northeastern Pennsylvania, enabling thousands of evacuees to head back home Thursday, while the Delaware River threatened the southeastern part of the state.
The remnants of Hurricane Jeanne moved north Tuesday, leaving collapsed buildings, flash floods and floating coffins in its wake.
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