Monday, September 5, 2011

Rez Area Flood Pics

Remnants of TS Lee.  Pics taken Monday morning.

All gates open at Spillway.  
As of 9:30 AM the tower is discharging 16,700 cubic feet per second, 
prior to the rains the discharge was 255 CFS.
The tower recorded 7.71 inches of rain in the 24 hour
period ending at 6AM Monday.

Entrance to Shuckers.  
Jones Cabins were under a mandatory evacuation order. 
Emergency personnel moved everyone out early Monday morning. 

 Ridgeland Fire Station on Rice Road surrounded by water

A view from the Crafts Center on Rice Road.  
The craft center did not take on any water

Intersection of Harbor Dr. and Rice Road.
Closed due to high water.

St. Peter's By The Lake
on Spillway Rd.

The Rez News
Ross Barnett Reservoir


Anonymous said...

Wow! Awesome pictures, knew we had a lot of rain but had no idea of the flooding. Guess I will not be going to Shuckers today....

Anonymous said...

When will you post again. I think this water has gone down quite a bit since these pics. If they are not current pics, you could be hurting business for some ppl at the Res.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate you posting these newsworthy photos. Unlike the previous commentor, I realize that the weather has created the problems, not your posting of photos. The public is served well by dissemination of this information.

Anonymous said...

Please. Get real. If photos on this blog are hampering business then there can't be much business to begin with.

Green Leaf said...

I can tell you the flooding in front of St. Peter's By The Lake
on Spillway Rd. is gone. The lake has returned to it previous levels.

Anonymous said...

So what about flood status of Harborwalk and Hotel Valencia?

Anonymous said...

The street sign pointing out Old Fannin/Northshore Pkwy at the intersection of OF/NP and Spillway is missing. Does the PRV handle that?

The Rez News said...

Report the street sign problem to Rankin County. The number is 601-825-1475.