JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) - Saturday storms have not only brought property damage, but large amounts of flooding all throughout Johnston County - Especially along the Blue River.

The heavy rain this weekend has caused the Blue River and other parts of Johnston County to reach high levels of flooding.

"A few of our highways were overcome with rising waters: Highway 7 in Reagan with Pennington creek, Highway 48 A north of Milburn with Blue River, a lot of our little backroads around these bodies of water have been overcome with high waters," stated Jason Bryant, Johnston County Emergency Management Director.

According to the United States Geological Survey (Station #07332440), the water under the bridge on State Highway 22 is moving at a rate of 14,000 cubic feet or over 104,000 gallons per second.

Johnston county emergency management reported that Pennington creek and Washita river also reached high levels of flooding.

"I have never seen the creeks, Blue River, the Washita River, all come up so fast. The amount of water coming down, it was definitely a historical event," said Bryant.

The flooding has started to go down in some portions of the county, but could rise again if more rain comes.

While most roads have been reopened, recovering from the high waters and storms is still in progress for some locals.

"We've had ponds flooded, Rock Creek has been flooded and we had over 5 inches of rain in a short period of time. So, it's pretty serious on the ranch. We got a lot of roads washed out and a lot of work to do," said Gary Greene, who had property damage from the large storms this weekend.