A Flood Advisory has been issued for several counties across Middle Tennessee after heavy rain moved through overnight.
Rain showers became more widespread overnight, creating a soggy a commute for drivers.
On Interstate 24, the left westbound lane was blocked near the downtown loop due to a deep pocket of water.
— Rebecca Schleicher (@NC5_RSchleicher) February 7, 2018
A small rock slide was also reported on Hester Beasley Road near Highway 100 in the Bellevue area.
In Wilson County, several roads in the Lebanon area were flooded, including Bluebird Road and Big Springs Road near Goshen Road.
— Wilson County EMA (@wilsonema) February 7, 2018
Commuters should allow plenty of time.
WATCH OUT: The rain is making the commute a little bit messy. Some rocks & mud came loose on Hester Beasley Rd. near Hwy 100 near Bellevue this morning. @NC5_RSchleicher is keeping you updated on conditions all morning. pic.twitter.com/kBvNYGG8pR
— NewsChannel 5 (@NC5) February 7, 2018
This is on Bluebird Road this morning where the water has risen making it impassable at the moment. Please use caution this morning when traveling. pic.twitter.com/vVQHtg8v0L
— Wilson Co Sheriff (@wilsonsheriff) February 7, 2018