NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A Flood Watch will go into effect for most of Middle Tennessee Thursday afternoon and last through Friday for a potential of two to four inches of rain. Local rivers and streams are just trying to recede from last Sunday’s deluge, but are still seeing higher water levels than usual.
Additional heavy rain could lead to more flooding.
Light rain should begin Thursday morning, but become heavy from lunchtime through the afternoon and evening hours.
Rain will continue off and on Friday through Friday night before tapering off Saturday.
Please stay weather aware, and be careful driving, especially after dark Thursday evening. Remember, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown!”
The highest amounts will likely be in southern Middle Tennessee, but all of the mid-state has the potential for flooding.
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Many rivers and streams are forecast to rise again Thursday night from the additional rains.
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