CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - As rain continues to sweep across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky Tuesday morning, some creeks and rivers are starting to rise.
The Cumberland River in Clarksville is currently at 37 feet, but with more rain it is expected to crest at 44 feet. Flood stage is 46 feet along this stretch of the Cumberland.
Some roads in Hopkinsville and in Stewart County did flood early Tuesday morning.
Road closures due to flooding in Stewart County:
- Bellwood Lansing Rd.
- Indian Mount Rd and Rorie Hollie Rd.
- HWY 46 near Old School rd.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky road closures due to flooding:
- East 21st St. & Woodmill Rd.
Get the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.
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