Flash Flood Warning in Effect in Tennessee


There is a peep inundate warning in outcome for portions of many of a counties in central-to-north executive Tennessee between Thursday, Jul 28, 7:23 a.m. CDT, and 1:00 a.m. Friday, Jul 29, 2016.  The National Weather Service (NOAA) in Nashville released a warning after a Doppler radar had indicated an guess of 4-7 inches had already fallen. As a result, a warning was issued.

NOAA indicates that a following areas should be prepared for peep floods: Cannon, Davidson, Fentress, Clay, De Kalb, Houston, Pickett, Robertson, Smith, Trousdale, Wayne, Wilson, Lewis, Jackson, Cheatham, Macon, Sumner, Williamson, Putman, Humphreys, Maury, Perry, Hickman, Overton, Stewart, Dickson, Montgomery, and Rutherford.

Residents in a areas should immediately pierce to aloft ground. Those who live in vicinity of creeks or streams are suggested to take a required stairs to strengthen life and skill but delay.

The Weather Channel indicates during 9:25 a.m. there is a 100 percent luck of sleet via a day and dropping to 50 percent tonight. Flash floods are coming as widespread sleet and thunderstorms continue. The risk for flooding is a biggest during complicated downpours.

Locations that are disposed to peep floods are low fibbing or have bad drainage. Flash floods are an intensely dangerous situation. The continue use recommends that people use counsel coming unknown areas.  It is suggested not to try to expostulate cranky any using water, a quickness of a transformation is unpredictable, and a car could be carried downstream.

Written by Cathy Milne


The Weather Channel: Flash Flood Watch for Davidson County, TN
National Weather Service: Flash Flood Warning Announcement

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