While torrential rains were expected to ease in flood-ravaged Louisiana on Monday, forecasters warned the threat was far from over.
Louisiana has been hit by a deluge of rainfall since last week, with at least five people dead and thousands of homes damaged by historic floods.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said officials "won't know the death toll for sure for several more days."
President Barack Obama on Sunday signed a disaster declaration for the state, freeing up federal aid to support recovery efforts in the affected areas.
Drone footage captured entire neighborhoods under waist-high muddy waters and cars completely submerged as boats cruised down the streets of Baton Rouge.