What parts of Tennessee have flooding?

What parts of Tennessee have flooding?

Recent reports state that the cities of Waverly and McEwen in Humphreys County, central Tennessee appear to be the worst impacted by flooding so far.

What part of Nashville is flooded?

Nashville, Tennessee, suffered extensive flooding, especially in areas close to the Cumberland River, Mill Creek, and Harpeth River.

What happened in Waverly Tennessee?

The footage shows remnants of homes and businesses strewn over the land in Waverly, which was hit by fast-rising floodwaters that killed 20 people, local and state officials reported. Floods have been far deadlier in Tennessee than any other state this year, according to NWS figures.

Does it flood in Murfreesboro?

Overall, Murfreesboro has a moderate risk of flooding over the next 30 years, which means flooding is likely to impact day to day life within the community.

Is Nashville TN in a flood zone?

Nashville and The Flood. Parts of Nashville have always been in the flood zone but since the flood of 2010 it has become more important to know where the floods occurred in the past and which homes are in the current flood plain zone.

Did Nashville Tennessee get flooded?

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A rural Tennessee community was pummeled Saturday with up to 17 inches (43 centimeters) of rain in less than 24 hours, shattering the state record for one-day rainfall by more than 3 inches and leading to quick-rushing floods that killed at least 22 people and left a trail of destruction.

How many people died in the Waverly TN Flood?

20 people
A total of 20 people were killed during severe storms and extreme flash floods in Middle Tennessee on Aug. 21, according to local officials.

How many roads are closed in Rutherford County?

Currently, about 43 roads are closed. In addition, 17 roads are partially closed, nine are passable and 62 roads have reopened.

What county is Murfreesboro Tennessee in?

Rutherford County

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