Tennessee River Near Walnut Street Bridge Set To Rise Above Flood Stage

Sunday, February 24, 2019

The National Weather Service said the Tennessee River near the Walnut Street Bridge in downtown Chattanooga is set to rise above flood stage.

A Flood Warning was issued that is in effect from Sunday evening until late Tuesday night.

At 3:15 a.m. on Sunday the flood stage was 649.6 feet and rising.

Flood stage is 651 feet.

The river is expected to rise to 652 feet by Monday night.

Some flooding begins at 651 feet.

 


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