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A Flash Flood Watch is in effect from 9 AM CDT on Friday through 7 AM CDT on Saturday for western and central portions of Middle Tennessee. Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy will move through the mid state on Friday, and bring additional rainfall on top of amounts received today. Highest amounts look to be north of I-40 and west of I-65, but with plenty of moisture and a strong surface low moving in Friday, heavy rainfall could impact most of the area with the potential for flash flooding across Middle Tennessee. In addition, rainfall across the area may lead to rises on area rivers and lakes this weekend. Additional rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches, with locally higher amounts, will be possible on Friday. #Nashville#tnwx #middletnwx#Clarksville#Murfreesboro#FloodSafety
Expect rainfall amounts across Middle Tennessee today through this evening. These amounts are in addition to rainfall measured Thursday and Thursday night. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville #middletnwx
TODAY: Showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms may be severe, and rainfall may be heavy at times. Flash flooding is also possible. Highs in the upper 70's to low 80's. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
TONIGHT: Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms. Some storms may be severe during the evening, and rain will be heavy at times. Flash flooding is possible. Lows in the mid 60's to near 70. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
SATURDAY: A few lingering showers in the morning, then clearing. Highs 78 to 84.#tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Climate data for June 23rd. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville




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On June 23, 1969...
Two young children are drowned in Red Boiling Springs as 7.95" of rain falls between 330 AM and 830 AM, causing significant flooding along Salt Lick Creek and some $2 million dollars in property damage in the community. One-day rainfall records are set at Lafayette (6.80"), North Springs (4 NW) (6.70"), and Portland (8.05").