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Flood Warning

Posted by feww on May 10, 2011

Mississippi River Hydrograph at Memphis, Tennessee


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Mississippi River Hydrograph at Vicksburg and Natchez  

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NASHVILLE HAS EXTENDED THE FLOOD WARNING FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS UNTIL  UNTIL 10:45AM CDT WEDNESDAY :

  • BENTON COUNTY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    • THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF CAMDEN
  • HOUSTON COUNTY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    • THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF ERIN
  • HUMPHREYS COUNTY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    • THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF WAVERLY
  • MONTGOMERY COUNTY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    • THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF CLARKSVILLE
  • STEWART COUNTY IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
    • THIS INCLUDES THE CITY OF DOVER


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River Forecast Centers


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Historic Mississippi River Flooding Event (Source: NWS/srh)

The flood crest along the Mississippi is forecast to move slowly downstream towards New Orleans during the next three weeks. The White River, the Arkansas River, Big Black River are just a few major tributaries that may be impacted by the Mississippi main stem flooding. Interstate 40 west of Memphis between Hazen and Brinkley is closed in both directions due to the White River overflowing its banks. At this time there is no anticipated time for reopening the road. Details…


Weather Forecast Map. Click images to enlarge   

GOES Eastern US SECTOR Infrared Image


WARNING: Potentially deadly storm system may be developing
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