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

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Heavy rainfall associated with remnants of the tropical storm caused scattered street flooding across central and southern IN on Friday.

According to the weather service, any showers and thunderstorms early will taper off in the evening.

The Chambersburg area is expected to receive about 1.4 inches of rain.

Along the way, Cindy will bring rain to Lancaster County, he said.

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. Today's highs in Upstate will be in the mid-80s, but in the low 70s Saturday and Sunday.

Remnants of Tropical Depression Cindy began moving through Tennessee, knocking down trees and causing power outages.

The National Weather Service of Little Rock said: "A$3 reas of heavy rain and embedded thunderstorms will spread across the region" late Thursday and into Friday.

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The heavy rains caused the Biloxi River to rise 13 feet and overtop its banks.

The National Weather Service has predicted rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches (50 to 100 millimeters) in Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia, though isolated amounts of up to 6 inches (150 millimeters) are possible. Last June, torrential rains in West Virginia claimed 23 lives and memories are still vivid for many as recovery continues from that disaster.

(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.

In Alabama, the weather service said, an EF-2 twister with winds up to 120 miles per hour (190 kph) struck just outside Birmingham Thursday.

The Storm Prediction Center says severe weather is still possible in an area reaching from the Deep South to western Pennsylvania as remnants of Cindy move northward. People reported damage throughout the area, including in McAdory, Fairfield and Ensley.

Flash flood watches were in effect in much of Kentucky.

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