Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-20 22:39:45 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) — Rivers, streams, and streams continue to raise concerns as flood threats continue in parts of central Tennessee.
Doppler radar rainfall estimates indicate that the southern and southeastern counties have been raining as much as 6 to 8 inches in the last few days. Up to -8 inches in the last 48 hours.
Officials in central Tennessee have warned people to avoid driving on flooded roads. At Spring Hill, police responded to water rescue of submerged vehicles. The car occupants were able to get off before the car got off.
TDOT also closed the Beachcroft Road in Charles Lane until it was possible to inspect the integrity of the road.
Some schools, such as Bedford County School and Morley County School, will be closed on Tuesday due to floods. Maury County Public School has announced the opening of a central office. Twelve-month-old employees should report to the workplace unless they are unable to work due to the flood.
The Duck River near Shelbyville is at a small flood level and the Elk River near Fayetteville is at a moderate flood level.
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