Weather Alert: Flooding Roads & Travel Advisory

Weather Alert: Flooding Roads & Travel Advisory

Climate Alert: Flooding Roads & Journey Advisory

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn Information) – The continual and heavy rains are inflicting flooding by Robertson County. Roadways and bridges are beginning to develop into impassable presently.

The Robertson County Emergency Administration Company’s swift-water rescue staff is on standby should you develop into trapped.

We at present have stories of flooding on Kinney’s Rd, Fulton Rd, Abedinego Rd, Martins Chapel, Lipscomb Ln, Mt Zion Rd and Memorial Blvd in Springfield between eighth and Central. Additionally, stories that Woods Rd in Coopertown, Reeder College Rd and Mt. Sharon Street in Greenbrier are impassible presently.

This climate is anticipated to stick with all through the day and into the night.

Robertson County Faculties closed two hours early because of the heavy rain.

Robertson County is underneath a flash flood watch till midnight:

Flash flood watch stays in impact till midnight CST tonight in line with the Nashville – TN, US, Nationwide Climate Service. The flash flood watch continues for * a portion of center Tennessee, together with the next areas: Robertson, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Davidson, De Kalb, Dickson, Fentress, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, macon, Montgomery, Overton, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, rutherford, smith, Stewart, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, and Wilson counties till midnight CST tonight.

An extra 1-3 inches is feasible for areas that obtained 2-3 inches final night time. The principle areas of concern are alongside and north of I-40, nevertheless others within the watch might see localized flooding by this night, as properly. Precautionary/preparedness actions… A flash flood watch implies that situations might develop that result in flash flooding. Flash flooding is a really harmful scenario. You must monitor later forecasts and be ready to take motion ought to flash flood warnings be issued.

Extra heavy rain anticipated this afternoon and tonight. A number of locations throughout northern center TN obtained 2-3 inches of rainfall final night time and with a number of rounds of heavy rain nonetheless anticipated throughout these similar areas this afternoon and night, a flash flood watch has develop into needed. 1-3 inches is anticipated throughout the center TN this afternoon and night, together with the identical areas as final night time.

Motorists are suggested to restrict journey if potential till the climate improves. In the event you do develop into trapped by rising water name 911.

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“There may very well be issues that some space roadways, particularly secondary ones, at specific places may very well be lined with unknown depth of water. Now we have a saying right here on the Nationwide Climate Service (NWS) Workplace in Nashville regarding this: When Flooded Flip Round Don’t Drown. It is rather necessary to do not forget that to by no means drive across the obstacles blocking a flooded highway! The highway might have collapsed underneath that water. A mere 6 inches of fast-moving flood water can knock over an grownup. It takes simply 12 inches of dashing water to hold away most automobiles and simply 2 toes of dashing water can carry away SUVs and vans. It’s NEVER secure to drive or stroll into flood waters!”

In the event you stay in a flood susceptible space, get ready now with flood security ideas at www.climate.gov/security/flood.

*To assist help others in your space, put up your flooding photographs, avenue names and data in feedback.

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Flooding Coopertown/Springfield – Photograph: Brittney Lunceford
Flooding Coopertown/Springfield – Photograph: Brittney Lunceford
Flooding Coopertown/Springfield – Photograph: Brittney Lunceford
Bridge on Calista Rd in Cross plains. – Photograph: Dan Holmes
Bridge on Calista Rd in Cross plains. – Photograph: Dan Holmes
Worsham Springs Rd at Previous Greenbrier Hwy. Photograph: Tracey Osborne-Vazquez
Worsham Springs Rd at Previous Greenbrier Hwy. Photograph: Tracey Osborne-Vazquez
Memorial Blvd in Springfield. Photograph: Robertson County Emergency Administration
Springfield Greenway
Hail in Cross Plains. Photograph: Dan Holmes
“Indian Ridge Blvd, our yard is a full flood!” Photograph Alana Anderson

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