CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Heavy rain moved through the Charlotte region causing flash flooding and power outages in some areas.
Heavy rain and storms moved in from the mountain region Sunday evening and will stay around for much of Monday morning.
Around 4,000 Duke Energy customers are without power in Mecklenburg County due to the heavy storms and rain.
Mecklenburg County was under a Flash Flood Warning until 6:30 a.m. Cabarrus County was under a Flood Advisory until 6 a.m.
Part of Independence Boulevard near Hawthorne Lane was briefly blocked due to flooding in the area, all lanes reopened around 6:15 a.m.
Rain caused a car to flip on I-85 early Monday morning. Police said no one was injured in the accident and traffic was not delayed.
The band of heavy rain moved through the Charlotte area around 4 a.m. before slowly moving east toward the coast.
Several creek banks in the Charlotte rose quickly due to the have rain. Parts of Mallard Creek was flooded after rain caused the creek to rise near Kirk Farm Fields Park.
As much as four inches of rain has fallen since Sunday evening across south Charlotte and the Pineville and Matthews area.
Rainfall has been less across north Charlotte with rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour were occurring in these areas.
"Matthews has seen four inches of rain and the Concord area has seen close to five inches," forecaster Larry Sprinkle said. "We still have the chance to see more rain later today."
The rain will be off and on late Monday morning with the chance of a thunderstorm. High temperatures will be cooler and in the upper 70s to near 80 for Monday.
The chance for rain today is at 60 percent.
The rain should move out by Monday evening leaving partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s.
Tornado damages home in Anderson County
An official says a tornado moved part of a home in Anderson County, South Carolina off its foundation and tore off some of its roof.
County emergency management director Taylor Jones said no one was hurt when the twister touched down Sunday. Jones says firefighters put blue tarps on the home to prevent more damage from rain and the Red Cross helped the family find a place to stay in a local hotel.
(Images from South Carolina tornado)
Jones says the tornado was an isolated incident. There were a few trees blown down, heavy rain and minor accidents, but nothing major was reported.
The severe weather also rolled through the Midlands, delaying the NCAA baseball tournament game between South Carolina and Liberty.