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Tennessee continues to have Low Unemployment across most of the State in January

 

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD)

Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentNashville, TN – Statistics released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) show 67 of the state’s 95 counties continued to experience unemployment rates below 5 percent during the first month of 2019.

The January unemployment rate is 5 percent or greater in the remaining 28 Tennessee counties. 

Nearly Two-Thirds of Tennessee Counties have Unemployment Rates Below 5 percent.

Nearly Two-Thirds of Tennessee Counties have Unemployment Rates Below 5 percent.

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TDOT releases new Update on I-24 Eastbound Landslide in Davidson County

 

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)

Tennessee Department of Transportation - TDOTNashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) says slope stabilization and repair work is still underway on the area of I-24 eastbound in northwest Davidson County that is currently closed following a landslide the night of February 23rd, 2019.

The contractor is on schedule to open the roadway on Friday, March 15th.

TDOT estimates the permanent fix will cost $8 million

TDOT estimates the permanent fix will cost $8 million

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Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Delivers State of the State Address

 

Tennessee State Government

Tennessee State GovernmentNashville, TN – Monday night, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee delivered his first State of the State address and presented budget priorities to a joint session of the General Assembly in the House Chamber.

Governor Lee proposed a strong, conservative budget with a record-breaking deposit to the Rainy Day Fund that will lift the state savings account to a historic high $1.1 billion.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee presents conservative budget, highlights public safety and education efforts.

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee presents conservative budget, highlights public safety and education efforts.

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TDOT releases Update on I-24 Eastbound Landslide in Davidson County

 

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)

Tennessee Department of Transportation - TDOTNashville, TN – After three days of clearing and surveying a still-active landslide on I-24 East in northwest Davidson County, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) anticipates being able to safely reopen both travel lanes on Friday, March 15th, 2019.

Over the next two weeks, a TDOT contractor will be working on an accelerated schedule to remove the unstable material that is threatening to fall onto the interstate.

Tennessee Department of Transportation anticipates opening I-24 EB on March 15th.

Tennessee Department of Transportation anticipates opening I-24 EB on March 15th.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County is under a Flash Flood Watch

 

National Weather Service (NWS)

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County and a portion of Middle Tennessee. There is the potential for life-threatening flash flooding through tonight.

Heavy rain will continue again today well into tonight with an additional 2 to 4 plus inches likely before ending very late. Many rivers and streams are near or in flood as well as many roads already flooded. This additional rainfall will make flooding conditions even worse. The threat of flash flooding is very high.

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Clarksville-Montgomery County through midnight.

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Clarksville-Montgomery County through midnight.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County under Flash Flood Watch staring tonight through Saturday night

 

National Weather Service (NWS)

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee that is in effect from Thursday night, February 21st, 2019 through Saturday evening, February 23rd.

Another storm system will bring waves of heavy rain across Clarksville-Montgomery County and Middle Tennessee starting tonight and continuing through Saturday night.

An additional 2-4 inches of rain with locally higher amounts are expected through Saturday night. Due to the recent excessive rain, soils are saturated and area rivers and creeks are full.

2-4 inches of rain are expected across Clarksville-Montgomery County through Saturday night.

2-4 inches of rain are expected across Clarksville-Montgomery County through Saturday night.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County under a Flash Flood Watch

 

National Weather Service (NWS)

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County, Western Dickson County, Stewart County, Houston County, and Humphreys County that is in effect through early Thursday morning.

At 3:33am CST, Wednesday, February 20th, doppler radar indicated heavy rain and thunderstorms moving across northwest Middle Tennessee. Radar estimates up to 1.5 inches of rain has fallen in this area since yesterday. The additional heavy rainfall this morning will cause minor flooding of roads and low lying areas across the advisory area.

1.5 to 3 inches of rainfall are expected across Clarksville-Montgomery County.

1.5 to 3 inches of rainfall are expected across Clarksville-Montgomery County.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County under Flash Flood Watch until Thursday Morning

 

National Weather Service (NWS)

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County and most of Middle Tennessee that is in effect Tuesday afternoon through Thursday morning.

Rain, heavy at times, will begin falling Tuesday night and continue into Wednesday as a warm front lifts north through the Mid State. Already saturated grounds from previous rainfall will combine with additional heavy rain, especially Tuesday afternoon through the day Wednesday, and may lead to flash flooding.

3 to 4 inches of rain is expected to fall on Clarksville-Montgomery County this week.

3 to 4 inches of rain is expected to fall on Clarksville-Montgomery County this week.

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Clarksville-Montgomery County area TDOT Work starting February 15th, 2019

 

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)

Tennessee Department of Transportation - TDOT

Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) reports that in Montgomery County there will be on-call concrete repair at the Welcome Center for for concrete ramp and pavement repairs the weekend of Friday, February 15th, 2019

The right lane on I-24 EB will be closed until the concrete is placed. The work will take approximately 12 hours to complete – the timing depends on weather.

Lane Closure

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National Weather Service issues Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County

 

National Weather Service (NWS)

National Weather ServiceNashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flood Watch that is in effect for Clarskville-Montgomery County and northern Middle Tennessee from 6:00pm this evening through Tuesday morning, February 12th.

A lengthy period of on and off moderate to occasionally heavy rainfall across northern Middle Tennessee will begin tonight and last into Tuesday.

The rainfall should finally come to an end on Tuesday.

The Cumberland River at the R.J. Corman Railroad Bridge in Clarksville.

The Cumberland River at the R.J. Corman Railroad Bridge in Clarksville.

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