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A flash flood warning was in effect for Limestone and Morgan Counties Saturday night
The Limestone County Emergency Management Agency is warning people of impassable roads in Ardmore. EMA officials say water is ponding on roads in Ardmore and its surrounding areas. People are asked to use extreme caution if you are driving.
— Steve Smith (@stevesmith1043) September 18, 2021
District 1 Commissioner Daryl Sammet closed Barnes Rd. at Old Scrouge Rd. because of a washed out culvert. It will be closed until repairs can be made.
Several cars are also stuck in flooded roads in Ardmore and Elkmont.
Decatur Police also warn about moderate flooding throughout the City of Decatur.
A flash flood watch is in effect for all North Alabama until Sunday at 7 p.m.
Lots of water here, came inside the house at my in-laws place. Everyone is safe. There’s water over several of the roads. We are just South of #Ardmore
Water is going down some now.
— Matt Kroschel (@Matt_Kroschel) September 18, 2021