Heavy rain, flood watch continue in Middle Tennessee and parts of Kentucky

Flooding at Amelia Park in Franklin (Photo: WKRN)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A flash flood watch remains in effect across Middle Tennessee and parts of southern Kentucky until 3 p.m. Monday.

Strong storms moved through the area on Sunday with strong wind gusts and penny-sized hail in some places. More heavy rain is expected overnight and into Monday morning.

The watch covers all of Middle Tennessee and the following counties in Kentucky: Logan, Simpson, Warren, Allen, Barren, Monroe, Cumberland and Clinton.

Minor street flooding was reported in Franklin and Mt. Juliet on Sunday afternoon.

Strong winds toppled a tree in Ridgetop, Robertson County.

If you see water on the ground, turn around and don’t drown.

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