North Carolina Department of Transportation crews are dealing with road washouts that are making it impossible to drive over them.
It's not just roads affected by water. In Lincoln County, Channel 9 spoke to one family who said they lost everything in their home because of rushing water.
"Having three kids and going in a state of panic trying to get them out was just horrific," said Josh Beam.
The backyard at the Beam house in Lincoln County was more like lakefront property after Saturday's storms. Just about everything inside, is ruined.
"All the pressure from the garage was coming in and actually pushing that wall in the closet in," Josh Beam said.
Josh and Teresa Beam were at home with their three kids when rushing water kept coming and coming, forcing them to carry their children out in waist deep water.
"We just start seeing these waves of water coming in. If you went out in the front yard it just looked like rapids," Josh Beam said.
From their TVs to mattresses to mud-stained hardwood floors, cleanup crews have their hands full. It's a similar situation in Catawba County.
Emergency management crews have been out since Saturday, assessing damage. EMS officer Andrew Wright had inspected 11 homes Thursday.
"What we are doing is taking an assessment, taking a couple pictures of what they have. Some people have already cleaned up what they had. We are still getting pictures of those and so maybe we can get some state assistance in," Wright said.
While Wright said it's too soon to say how much state assistance Catawba County could receive, his teams' reports could help homeowners receive a low interest rate on a new loan.
Residents like the beams say they have no choice but to rebuild. Thankfully, the flood didn't take more than their home.
"Even though our home is destroyed there is some blessing in it," Josh Beam said.
In Catawba County, Channel 9 learned there are more than 700 reports of damage homes.
For more information on disaster damage registration in Catawba County, click here.