Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
National | By Rosalie Gross

Remnants Of Cindy: Heavy Rain, Storms Expected In Middle Tennessee

Remnants Of Cindy: Heavy Rain, Storms Expected In Middle Tennessee

Though the tornado watch has not been extended to Sumner, Davidson or Williamson counties, Flash Flood Watches are in effect until 7 a.m. CDT on Saturday.

Tropical Depression Cindy continues to move across the state with severe weather and flooding rains.

After the storm clears the state, sunny skies and moderate temperatures are expected to prevail through next week. Low-lying roads in many areas were covered with water. The school district's superintendent said about 10 classrooms had been damaged.

Those rains come on top of heavy rains that fell earlier Friday, saturating the soil and making flooding more likely.

(AP Photo/Jay Reeves). In this image taken from video, Erin West walks down a flooded street in her neighborhood after Tropical Storm Cindy, Thursday, June 22, 2017, in Ocean Springs, Miss.

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In New Orleans, Louisiana, a tropical storm named Cindy formed on Tuesday in the Gulf of Mexico, which raises eyebrows of many people living alongside the Gulf Coast, who fears where is the storm heading exactly to, and if they get any time to brace themselves. Nolan McCabe, 10, of St. Louis, Missouri, was vacationing with his family on the Alabama coast when he was hit by a log washed in by a large wave. A boy killed by debris in storm surf off Alabama was the only fatality reported so far in the storm, which spun off tornadoes and caused street flooding in many coastal areas.

You can see live weather updates via the National Weather Service and other Twitter sources below. People reported damage throughout the area, including in McAdory, Fairfield and Ensley.

Still, the storm barely registered attention for some. Danielle Clewley, a 25-year-old student, was in a supermarket parking lot putting away groceries in her auto Friday.

The National Weather Service said Tropical Depression Cindy is continuing to produce heavy rain around the Mississippi Valley.

"And, ratings are good", Clewley added of the news broadcast outlets.

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