Knoxville Weather Alerts

Flash Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Fentress

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Flash Flood Warning
National Weather Service Nashville Tn
935 Pm Cdt Mon Jun 29 2015
The National Weather Service In Nashville Has Issued A
- Flash Flood Warning For
Southwestern Fentress County In Middle Tennessee
Overton County In Middle Tennessee
- Until 1230 Am Cdt

- At 935 Pm Cdt Emergency Management Reported A Thunderstorm
Producing Heavy Rain Across The Warned Area. Up To Two Inches Of
Rain Have Already Fallen. Flash Flooding Is Expected To Begin
- Some Locations That Will Experience Flooding Include
Livingston Standing Stone State Park Crawford And Rickman.
Additional Rainfall Amounts Of 1 Inch Or More Are Possible In The
Warned Area.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Be Especially Cautious At Night When It Is Harder To Recognize The
Dangers Of Flooding.

Areal Flood Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Anderson
  • Knox
  • Morgan

The National Weather Service In Morristown Has Issued A
- Urban And Small Stream Flood Advisory For
North Central Knox County In East Tennessee
Central Anderson County In East Tennessee
Morgan County In East Tennessee
- Until 130 Am Edt
- At 1124 Pm Edt Doppler Radar Indicated Heavy Rain Due To A
Persistent Area Of Showers And Thunderstorms. This Will Cause
Urban And Small Stream Flooding In The Advisory Area. One To Two
Inches Of Rain Has Already Fallen Across Parts Of The Advisory
- Some Locations That May Experience Flooding Include Oak
Ridge Clinton Wartburg Oliver Springs Sunbright Frozen
Head S.p .rosedale Petros Deerlodge High Point And
Additional Rainfall Of One Half Or More Inches Of Rain Is Expected
Over The Area. This Additional Rain Will Cause Minor Flooding.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Excessive Runoff From Heavy Rainfall Will Cause Flooding Of Small
Creeks And Streams As Well As Farm And Country Roads. Do Not
Attempt To Travel Across Flooded Roads. Find Alternate Routes.
Do Not Drive Your Vehicle Into Areas Where The Water Covers The
Roadway. The Water Depth May Be Too Great To Allow Your Car To Cross
Safely. Move To Higher Ground.

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