New Photos Added: Several Roads Flooded, Creeks Spilling Over

Posted on: 3:33 pm, January 15, 2013, by , updated on: 10:08am, January 17, 2013

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  • Flint River (Photo: Nancy Lattanzi)

  • Dry Creek in Buck's Pocket is flooding. (Photo: William Summers)

  • Little Cove Road is closed, due to 8 to 10 inches of water covering the road. (Photo: Matt Kroschel, WHNT News 19)

  • Flooding on East Lacon Road in Falkville (Photo: Donna Shelton)

  • Photo of flooding on County Road 13 in Pikeville/Jackson County (Barbara Venable)

  • Photo of flooding on County Road 13 in Pikeville/Jackson County (Barbara Venable)

  • Flooding at Stone Bridge Park in Fayetteville, TN (Photo: Amanda)

  • Flooding in Speake, AL (Photo: Becky Peters)

  • Flooding in Speake, AL (Photo: Becky Peters)

  • Flooding in Speake, AL (Photo: Becky Peters)

  • Flooding in Speake, AL (Photo: Becky Peters)

  • County Road 17 in Scottsboro (Photo: Gabby Phillips)

  • Blue Hole, near County Road 17 in Scottsboro (Photo: Gabby Phillips)

  • Paint Rock River flooding (WHNT News 19 viewer)

  • Flooding along Highway 231N in Hazel Green just south of Steger Road and north of Patterson Lane. (Photo: Gregg R. Travis)

  • Noccalula Falls, in Gadsden (Photo: Anna Strother)

  • Dam in Blount Springs (Photo by Kevin Giles)

  • Paint Rock River (Photo by Julie Bradford)

  • Barricades were set up Tuesday to block part of Mose Chapel Road in Madison. (Photo: Matt Kroschel, WHNT News 19)

  • A car in floodwater on County Road 284 at County Road 593, outside of Courtland along Big Nance Creek. (Photo: Kelsay Cross)

  • Flooding along Highway 231N in Hazel Green just south of Steger Road and north of Patterson Lane. (Photo: Gregg R. Travis)

  • Flooding along Highway 231N in Hazel Green just south of Steger Road and north of Patterson Lane. (Photo: Gregg R. Travis)

TENNESSEE VALLEY (WHNT) – Wednesday has brought more rain and more flooding on local roads.

If you come upon barricades indicating a road is closed, don’t try to drive around them.  Turn around and find another way.  A few inches of water can carry your vehicle away, not to mention flood the engine.  Here is a list of flooded roads.

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