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Water is being reported over roads in North Alabama on Thursday.
If you see flooding on roads, turn around and do not continue to drive over it.
We’ll continue to update this list Thursday:
- Small rockslide on Highway 35 in Fort Payne due to flash flooding. One lane closed while debris is removed.
- District Line Road at Barkley Bridge Road is washed away in Morgan County.
- One foot of water over the roadway at Martin Avenue and North Jackson Highway in Sheffield.
- The City of Fort Payne is reporting most city roadways are impassable due to heavy rainfall.
- The Highway 247/72 intersection is closed to Pride Landing in Tuscumbia
- Franklin County EMA says Highway 90 is closed because the road is washing away due to flooding.
- The Franklin County Emergency Management Agency said there is flooding at Highway 11 in Red Bay, and water is coming over the bridge.
- 1700-block of Betty Street SW has significant water in the roadway.
- Flooding is reported on Helton Drive in Florence.
- Water is reported over the following Morgan County roads: New Cut Road in Massey area, Mt. Nebo Rd, Huckaby Bridge Rd, HWY 67/Crawford Rd, Barkley Bridge Rd towards W Lacon Rd, HWY 36 /Red Oak Rd, Summerford Rd, E Lacon Rd and Apple Grove Rd has two places with high water.
- Mat Morrow Road, just west of U.S. 231, is reportedly about to be washed out.
- Colbert County EMA says there’s flooding on HWY 72/Pride Landing WB and N Jackson/Martin Fiesta
- Flooding reported on Highway 90 in Franklin County
- DeKalb County EMA says County Roads 5 and 39 are closed due to water over roadway
Many backroads in Lauderdale & Colbert counties are experiencing heavy runoff across the roads. REMINDER: TURN AROUND DON’T DROWN!! @NWSHuntsville @ReporterEric @simpsonwhnt @BradTravisWAFF pic.twitter.com/9QvmoTb51i
— Clay Crafton (@claycrafton34) March 25, 2021
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