Heavy Rain, Dam Release Leads to Flooding in Bedford County

The release of a significant amount of water from Normandy Dam is leading to flooding concerns Monday in Bedford County.

Bedford County Emergency Management is advising residents in low-lying areas along the Duck River downstream from the Dam to consider moving to higher ground.

The Duck River in Shelbyville was at 25 feet as of 4:00a.m. Monday, which is considered minor flood stage. The forecast from the National Weather Service forecast expects the river to rise to 29.5 feet later Monday morning, which would be considered moderate flood stage.

Will Rabb

Will Rabb

Will is a Middle Tennessee native having been born and raised in Winchester. His love of radio began as a child listening to local stations on the way to school or while falling asleep at night. After High School, where he was active in student media, he attended the University of Tennessee majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media while covering sports for the campus radio station. He then moved into the business professionally as a board op/producer for Cumulus of Knoxville and the Vol Network. His radio journey then took him to Louisiana where he was the lead producer for ESPN New Orleans. After returning home to Winchester, he spent several years broadcasting local sports for stations in Franklin County before joining the Bowman Family. When he’s not at the station, Will enjoys spending time with his wife Shaina and his two fur babies (Toulouse and Belle), cheering on the Vols, Preds and Saints and in the kitchen or behind the grill trying out new recipes.

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