These are sites that in the past have been the scene of flooding during heavy rain events in the Charlotte region.
Remember that flooding can occur in any location that is low-lying or near streams and creeks. Motorists are reminded never to try and cross a flooded roadway, as even a few inches of water can wash a vehicle away.
A flash flood watch is posted for the Charlotte region until 6 p.m. Friday.
Independence Boulevard (inbound, near the Hawthorne Lane bridge; near Briar Creek; on both sides between Sharon Amity and Idlewild roads).
MYERS PARK area
Kenilworth Avenue at Romany Road.
Providence Road at Cherokee Drive.
Graham Street at Dalton Avenue
North Tryon Street at 16th Street
Pavilion Boulevard at Mallard Creek
Reagan Drive (along I-85)
Trailer Drive (along I-85)
Shamrock Drive at Windsor Harbor Apartments
Shannonhouse Drive at Dolphin Lane
Fairview Road at Park Road (near SouthPark)
Rea Road, 3800 block (near Olde Providence Elementary School)
Seneca Place at Park Road
Dwight Evans Road at Woodbridge Center Drive (off the Billy Graham Parkway)
South Tryon Street, 8000 block (near Yager Creek Drive, between Arrowood Road and I-485)
South Tryon Street at Choate Circle
Steele Creek Road, 12000 block (south of Westinghouse Boulevard; also at Westinghouse Boulevard)
East Trade Street at North College Street
North College Street, near 8th and 9th streets.
Freedom Drive at Berryhill Road
Wilkinson Boulevard at Ashley Drive
Wilkinson Boulevard at Alleghany Street
Sam Newell Road, near Crown Point Elementary School
Ridge Road, near CPCC Levine campus
Bethel School Road, between Midland Road and U.S. 601
Bowman-Barrier Road, at Boston Road
Club View Road at Walden Pond
Hopewell Road, between Drake and Kiser roads
Pharr Mill Road near Paul Linker Road
Lawyers Road, near Rocky River Road
Secrest Shot Cut Road, between Faith Church and Unionville-Indian Trail roads.
New Town Road (several locations).
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