EYEWITNESS NEWS (WBRE/WYOU) — Overnight storms brought flooding, downed trees, and utility issues for roadways in multiple counties across the area.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) says the following roads are closed or have lane restrictions.

State Route/Exit/Mile MarkerBeginning IntersectionEnding IntersectionRestrictionEstimated Time of Reopening
SusquehannaRoute 11School RoadHarmony RoadOpen2:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute 92West Fall AveRoute 92/PA 171Open2:00 PM
WyomingRoute 87Route 4002 (Jaynes Bend Road)Route 4010Closed4:00 PM
WyomingRoute 4019Stony Mountain RoadMeshoppen Creek RoadOpen4:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute 1018Old Route 11 RoadRoute 11Closed3:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute 1043Route 1028Route 29Restrictions5:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute1039Unnamed RoadWilliams Pond RoadOpen3:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute 3023Route 3004Rockstool RoadClosed3:00 PM
SusquehannaRoute 858Guiton RoadRoute 4017Open3:00 PM
WayneRoute 4039Shadigee CreekKing Hill RoadOpen3:00 PM

28/22 News was on Route 87 and Sugar Hollow Road where a road closed ahead sign remains after the area was hit with flash floods early Friday morning.

More than ten miles of Route 87 are currently closed due to the early morning storm.

Wyoming County Emergency Management officials tell 28/22 News the hardest hit spot is at the intersection of Sheehan Road where around 4 a.m. flooding from a nearby creek led to debris, and downed trees, and caused the road to buckle.

Penndot crews brought out heavy machinery to clear the road of debris and begin repairs.

Nearby in Meshoppen, Slumber Valley Campground saw its fair share of flooding around 5 a.m.

Where about 3 feet of rain flooded its campground. The owner who didn’t want to speak on camera says campers relocated during the storm and fortunately there were no damages or injuries.

As for Route 87 in Mehoopany, Wyoming County Emergency Management says the Road will remain closed as repairs are underway.

PennDOT cautions drivers to never drive through flooded roadways as it can take just two feet of fast-moving water to float a car.

For the latest in road conditions, motorists can head to 511pa.com.