MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Heavy rains and thundershowers caused flooding across the Mid-South early Friday morning.
At one point, the National Weather Service even issued a Flash Flood Warning for parts of southeast Shelby County.
According to radar estimates, more than 11 inches of rain fell over southeast Shelby County between 11 p.m. Thursday and 5 a.m. Friday.
Collierville, Germantown, Memphis, southeast Memphis, Piperton and Capleville should expect flooding along roadways.
Nonconnah Creek at Winchester Road has reached record stage at 27.5 feet, according to the National Weather Service.
WREG has been made aware of issues at the following locations:
- Wemberly Drive between Shelby Drive and Tumbler Ridge Lane
- Winchester Road between Hacks Cross and Forest Hill Irene
- Poplar Avenue and International
- Front and Nettleton
- Old Goodman Road between 178 and Alexander
- Intersection 178 and Goodman Road by City Hall in Olive Branch, Mississippi
- Polk Lane and Stateline Road
- Wellington, Lancaster and Lexington Drive
- Alexander north to Stateline Road
- Goodman Road in front of the Shrine Building in Olive Branch
- Areas in the proximity of the Vineyard Apartments
- Goodman Road and Amanda
- Goodman Road and Dogwood
- Bethel and Woolsey
If you know of any locations not on this list, contact us at wreg.com or via Facebook.