NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Middle Tennessee region got a startling amount of rain in less than 24 hours. More than 7 inches of rain hit some areas, and up to 9 inches near the Tennessee – Kentucky state line.
As a result, rivers and creeks are full. A dozen flood warnings and advisories have been issued for parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. Here’s the latest from the National Weather Service:
- Cumberland River at Dover, Stewart County until late Saturday night
- Cumberland River at Clarksville, Montgomeray County until Saturday evening.
- Harpeth River near Kingston Springs, Cheatham County until 12:30 a.m. Saturday morning
- Red River at Port Royal, Montgomery County until late Saturday night
- Simpson, Logan, SW Warren Counties, KY
- Harpeth River at Bellevue, Davidson County until Friday evening
- Sycamore Creek near Ashland City, Cheatham county until Friday evening
- Duck River at Centerville, Hickman County until Saturday evening
- Duck River near Hurricane Mills, Humphreys County until Saturday afternoon
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