Localized Flooding Near Mount Juliet on Saturday

 

The old daily maximum rainfall record for the 
Nashville Airport, for July 14th, was broken on 
Saturday. The old record was 1.59 inches, set
back in 1947
. As of 7 pm, the rainfall total at the 
airport had reached 1. 67 inches--with more 
rainfall likely to be measured before the end of 
the day.

Following are photos of some localized flooding
and ponding of water that took place near Mount Juliet
on Saturday, around noon. More than 3 inches of rain
was measured in the area between 7 am and 1 pm:

 

Backyard flooding at a residence in Green Hill, near Mount Juliet.

 

Photo of street flooding in Green Hill, along Saundersville Road.

 

We appreciate those of you who take the time to send us photos of weather
events, and if you have any other pictures of flooding from the rains on
Saturday we would be happy to see them. Just let us know the location
of the photo and the approximate time you took it. Also, don't forget to
include your name in case we choose to post your picture on our website.
That way, we can provide you the proper photo credit.

Just send your photos to: sr-ohx.webmaster@noaa.gov

 



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