Knoxville Weather Alerts

Flash Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Harlan

The Flash Flood Warning Remains In Effect Until 315 Am Edt For
Southwestern Letcher And Northeastern Harlan Counties
At 1210 Am Edt Doppler Radar Continued To Indicate Nearly
Stationary Showers Containing Moderate To Heavy Rainfall Across The
Warned Area. Excessive Runoff Will Cause Flash Flooding Of Creeks And
Streams Particularly In Low Lying And Poor Drainage Areas.
Some Locations That Will Experience Flooding Include
Cumberland Evarts Lynch Benham Gano Partridge Gilley
Shields Rileyville Kenvir Roxana Highsplint Defeated
Creek Diane Leonard Redbud Kingdom Come S.p .lilley
Cornett Woods Trailer And Premium.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Be Especially Cautious At Night When It Is Harder To Recognize The
Dangers Of Flooding.
Turn Around Dont Drown When Encountering Flooded Roads. Most Flood
Deaths Occur In Vehicles.
Please Report Flooding To Your Local Law Enforcement Agency When You
Can Do So Safely.

Flash Flood Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Claiborne
  • Hancock
  • Hawkins
  • Anderson
  • Union
  • Grainger
  • Hamblen
  • Northwest Cocke
  • Cocke Smoky Mountains
  • Northwest Greene
  • Southeast Greene
  • Knox
  • Jefferson
  • NW Blount
  • Blount Smoky Mountains
  • North Sevier
  • Sevier Smoky Mountains
  • Lee
  • Campbell

Flash Flood Watch Now In Effect Until 6 Am Edt Monday
The Flash Flood Watch Is Now In Effect For
- Portions Of East Tennessee And Southwest Virginia Including
The Following Areas In East Tennessee Anderson Blount
Smoky Mountains Campbell Claiborne Cocke Smoky
Mountains Grainger Hamblen Hancock Hawkins
Jefferson Johnson Knox Nw Blount North Sevier
Northwest Carter Northwest Cocke Northwest Greene Sevier
Smoky Mountains Southeast Carter Southeast Greene
Sullivan Unicoi Union And Washington Tn. In Southwest
Virginia Lee Russell Scott Washington And Wise.
- Until 6 Am Edt Monday
- Abundant Moisture And A Slow Moving Upper Level Low Pressure
System System Will Produce More Additional Showers And A Few
Thunderstorms.
- Widespread Rains Locally Heavy In Some Areas May Cause Flash
Flooding Through Early Monday Morning.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Flash Flood Watch Means That Conditions Are Favorable For Heavy
Rain Which May Lead To Flooding In And Near The Watch Area. If
You Are In The Watch Area .keep An Eye Out For Rising Water Or
Water Over Roadways. Keep Informed And Be Ready For Action If
Flooding Is Observed Or If A Flood Warning Is Issued. If You
Come To A Closed Or Flooded Road Turn Around! Don't Drown!

Flash Flood Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Bell
  • Harlan

Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect Until 6 Am Edt Monday
The Flash Flood Watch Continues For
- Portions Of Northeast Kentucky And Southeast Kentucky
Including The Following Areas In Northeast Kentucky
Johnson And Martin. In Southeast Kentucky Bell
Breathitt Floyd Harlan Knott Leslie Letcher
Magoffin Perry And Pike.
- Until 6 Am Edt Monday
- Slow Moving Showers And Thunderstorms Are Expected To Bring
Locally Heavy Rainfall On Top Of Already Wet Ground. This Will
Result In A Threat Of Flash Flooding Across The Area.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Flash Flood Watch Means That Conditions May Develop That Lead
To Flash Flooding. Flash Flooding Is A Very Dangerous Situation.
You Should Monitor Later Forecasts And Be Prepared To Take Action
Should Flash Flood Warnings Be Issued.

Areal Flood Advisory

The following area is affected:

  • Lee

The Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory Remains In Effect Until
145 Am Edt For Lee Western Scott And Southwestern Wise Counties
At 104 Am Edt Doppler Radar Indicated Mostly Light Rain That Still
May Cause Lingering Urban And Small Stream Flooding In The Advisory
Area. Up To Around One Inch Of Rain Has Already Fallen.
Some Locations That May Experience Flooding Include
Jonesville Big Stone Gap Pennington Gap Appalachia St.
Charles Duffield Clinchport Jasper Pattonsville Dryden And
Pardee.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Most Flood Deaths Occur In Automobiles. Never Drive Your Vehicle Into
Areas Where The Water Covers The Roadway. Flood Waters Are Usually
Deeper Than They Appear. Just One Foot Of Flowing Water Is Powerful
Enough To Sweep Vehicles Off The Road. When Encountering Flooded
Roads Make The Smart Choice Turn Around Dont Drown.
In Hilly Terrain There Are Hundreds Of Low Water Crossings Which Are
Potentially Dangerous In Heavy Rain. Do Not Attempt To Travel Across
Flooded Roads. Find Alternate Routes. It Takes Only A Few Inches Of
Swiftly Flowing Water To Carry Vehicles Away.

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