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NWS Huntsville 7h
Multiple rounds of heavy rainfall are forecast to continue this week through this weekend. River flooding into moderate and major stage is possible. If you encounter a flooded roadway this week, ALWAYS . Be sure to safely report any impactful flooding.
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Pedro Rivera Feb 14
Replying to @szendehnam @FOX40
For Real!!! No reason to do it. Guy in the motorcycle really thought about crossing thoughhhh
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AlertsMoon Feb 13
Replying to @NWSBayArea
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Warren County EMA Feb 11
We're still seeing a lot of rain and are currently under a Flood Watch until tomorrow (2/12) at noon. We ask that you stay aware of water-covered roadways and do not attempt to drive through a flooded area.
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B2 Internet Radio Feb 11
Several roads in White County have water over them or are impassable due to water. If you can't see the road, do not attempt to drive through.
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Metro Water Services Feb 11
Crews have been out clearing drains, but with the ground already saturated, the rain may cause more flooding. Do not drive through flooded streets. If you have a stormwater emergency call 615-862-4600; we'll respond 24/7 as long as its safe to do so.
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NWS Los Angeles Feb 15
Do you ever wonder why we caution people to NEVER drive through flooded roads? This article and video shows exactly why it is so dangerous!
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Wxman911 Hurricanes 5h
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Jory Daniel Feb 15
Who is gonna try it?? They look so confused.
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Tri-Community VFD 7h
Everyone needs to prepare for this week. Lots of rain. .
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Clark Dumont,MS,APR Feb 14
Thoughts to today. Heavy Rain . 💦
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EarthAngel Feb 8
Replying to @NC5PhilWilliams @NC5
Why would his contract be negotiated early? Oh that’s right we negotiate and sign contracts first then read it later to find out what it actually says works for the federal govt right!
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CALIFORNIA PIO Feb 14
RT CALFIREBDU "RT MyYuccaValley: Yucca Valley road closure update - the following roads/washes are closed: * Kickapoo/Yucca Trail - between Benicia Tr & Inca Tr * Indio Ave - between Barron Dr & Nelson Ave * Paxton Rd - between Hwy. 247 & Balsa "
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Jeff Patten 14h
Great advise!! Pay attention to all alerts
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anna mousse 🇺🇸 Feb 14
Replying to @mosesisatpeace
what happened to ?
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NWS Huntsville Feb 16
Several rounds of moderate to heavy rainfall will raise the potential for flooding next week. Take the time to review the difference between flood-related products issued by the National Weather Service to keep you safe.
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Johnny Parker Feb 15
Replying to @weatherchannel
Hope we don't see a video of someone driving through flood waters, but I guess that's inevitable.
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NWS Memphis 6h
Potential flood and flash floods are a concern between Tuesday and Wednesday. The River and the river are both in the moderate excessive rainfall category. Both rivers have areas that are expected to go to major flood stage.
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Dustin Knight 9h
Unfortunately, a stalled front coupled with favorable, persistent moisture transport will result in more major rainfall across the lower OH valley into the lower MS valley. Up to 10" of rain psbl at some locations!
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NWS Fort Worth 13h
As we know all too well the threat for flooding is always just around the corner in North & Central TX. Here is another great resource available to help you avoid flooded roadways. Remember: DO NOT drive into flooded areas!
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