VIDEO: Flooding reported at rivers, creeks in middle Tennessee


Flooding has been reported at rivers and creeks as heavy rain fell overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.

Minor flooding is expected at the Cumberland River along downtown Nashville. It's currently in action stage and expected to rise to 34.4 feet. This is the highest the river has been since the 2010 floods when it rose to 52.5 feet. Flood stage for the Cumberland River is 40 feet.

High water levels were reported at the Duck River in Maury County. It's expected to crest nearly 40 feet by Friday.

Franklin Police said the Harepth River was well above its banks on Thrusday afternoon.

A FOX 17 News viewer also reported flooding at Bradley Creek in Franklin County.

While the last round of rain with the current storm is expected Thursday, rivers will still run high the next few days.

Moderate flooding is expected at the following waterways:

  • Duck River
  • Buffalo River
  • Tennessee River
  • Shoal Creek

Minor flooding is expected at the following waterways:

  • Cumberland River
  • Harpeth River
  • Elk River
  • Mill Creek

Click here to track water levels at rivers and creeks in your area.

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