Flood Advisories, Warnings Issued For Parts Of Mid-State
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Heavy rain has caused some flooding and standing water on roadways across the mid-state on Wednesday morning.
A flood warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for creeks and rivers in Cheatham, Hickman, Montgomery, Perry and Robertson Counties in Middle Tennessee and Butler, Edmonson, Muhlenberg, and Warren Counties in Kentucky.
A flood advisory has been issued for rivers and creeks in Davidson, Giles, Hickman, Lawrence, Montgomery, Perry, Wayne, and Williamson Counties. Get the latest Weather Alerts here.
On Wednesday morning, some roadways were impassable for motorists.
Officials in Warren County, Kentucky, have issued a warning to motorists due to high water covering the roadways.
Sheriff Gaines with the Warren County Sheriff's Office urged motorists to use alternate routes and never drive through flooded areas.
Two feet or less of rushing water can carry most vehicles.
The following roads have been reported as hazardous or impassable:
- Jackson Bridge
- Memphis Junction
- Russellville Road/Murphy Road
- Witt Road/Highway 526
- 400-600 Block of Plano Road
- Three Springs Road/Basil Griffin
- Little Knob Road
- Anna Sandhill
- Louisville Road/Mizpa
- Upper Dixie Highway
- Walnut Creek Drive
- 5000 Block Morgantown Road
- Richpond Rockied Road/Aaron Road
- 10000 Block Smiths Grove Scottville Road
- Porter Pike (Between Carl Jordan & Iron Bridge Road)
- Galloway Mill Road / Fuqua Road
- Mt. Lebanon Road at Trammel Creek Bridge