Many Middle Tennessee rivers down, several still at major flood stage

Weather

Many river levels across Middle Tennessee have lowered below flood stage.

However, the Duck River remains high. Also, the worst situation remains along the Tennessee River where the levels continue to go up, close to a record.

RIVER UPDATES:

Cumberland River:

-Nashville: Below flood stage today.

-Clarksville: Minor flooding with a slow decrease below flood stage over the weekend.

Duck River:

-Centerville: Moderate flooding. Below flood stage Thursday.

-Columbia: Moderate flooding. Below flood stage Wednesday.

-Milltown: Below flood stage.

-Shelbyville: Below flood stage.

-Hurricane Mills: Minor flooding with a dip below flood stage today.

Tennessee River:

-Perryville: Major to record flooding expected all week. 

Buffalo River:

-Lobelville: Below flood stage.

Elk River:

-Fayetteville: Below flood stage

Want to check river levels and forecasts? See the following link, zoom in to Middle TN and click on the circles on the map:https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ohx

Check the latest weather advisories at wkrn.com/alerts.

Keep an eye on the radar at wkrn.com/radar.

Get the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.

News 2’s “Severe Weather Awareness Day” will dig deeper into how families, schools and businesses are working to be storm ready with special reports this Wednesday.

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