NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Several communities in Middle Tennessee saw heavy flood waters during severe weather Saturday.
The National Weather Service says water rescues are happening across southern Nashville with reports of people clinging to trees. People are urged to not travel for the rest of the night.
Police in Mt. Juliet report many flooded roadways and advise people not to travel. Emergency responders are handling “multiple incidents.”
Spring Hill Police also tweeted a photo of roads flooding near Old Kedron Road.
Williamson County is also reporting its share of flooded roads Saturday. Click here for the latest list of affected roads.
Flooded roads have also been reported all over Murfreesboro, including E. Overall Creek Road, New Salem Hwy, St. Andrews Drive, Genoa Drive and Heritage Park Drive.
Tennessee Highway Patrol in Cookeville also tweeted about the roads flooding Saturday morning:
The Dickson County Sheriff told News 2 one low water bridge impassable right now and if they receive five inches of rain later, there will likely be more problems.
News 2 has crews out reporting on the flooding and will update this story with the latest info.