Nearly two inches of rain fell Monday, but high water and flooding caused little trouble across the county.
This morning, there were no roads in Clark County closed because of high water, though some creeks got high enough to cover roads in some places Monday.
According to Kentucky Mesonet, 1.91 inches of rain fell Monday, following .63 inches on Sunday.
Despite the constant rainfall and wet conditions, there were no injury accidents reported. Early Monday morning, a car collided with a school bus near George Rogers Clark High School. No one was hurt in the accident, according to reports.
Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue Jr. said the high water did not cause his office many problems.
The rest of the week should give Clark County a chance to dry out. There is just a 30-percent chance of rain expected.
A smaller chance of rain is forecast for Saturday, according the website wunderground.com.