It was last Tuesday when the rain came down hard especially in part of Huntingdon County.
Before the storms were over part of a couple of small communities in the southern part of the County were under water.
The scene on this Wednesday in the Community of Santillo was much different than it was eight days ago. At that time, water came roaring off of the surrounding hillsides and made some streets in the community impassable.
One property owner said he was unable to get to his Railroad Street home because of how fast the water went up.
The head of the Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency, Adam Miller, reported that some communities got almost three and half inches of rain in less than an hour and the effects were still being felt more than a week later.
Some of the homeowners affected by the flash flood say they are at least getting some attention from state and federal authorities.
As the clean up continues in the hard hit communities, some residents say they expect no further problems as along as the weather cooperates.
Emergency workers in Huntingdon County are aware of flooding problem areas. But with a number of people who live in flood planes in the county, those problems are difficult to address.
Huntingdon County Officials continue to seek State and Federal grants that can be used for flood control and relief projects. But as long as homes and businesses are located in flood prone areas, making any specific changes can be an expensive proposition.