Little River crests at 36.10 feet

The Little River was visible from the pavilion at Oak Hill Cemetery in Cameron this afternoon shortly after it crested at 36.10 feet.

As the Little River crested this afternoon at 36.10 feet, the National Weather Service issued warnings of major flooding in low-lying areas.
The Little River was one of four rivers listed in the NWS flood warnings:
Brazos River Near Palo Pinto affecting Palo Pinto County and near Dennis affecting Parker County;
Leon River at Gatesville affecting Coryell County
Little River near Rockdale and near Cameron, affecting Milam County
Navasota River above Groesbeck affecting Limestone County and near easterly affecting Leon Leon and Robertson counties.
Also this afternoon, TxDOT’s Bryan District reported flooding/flood conditions continue on these roads in Milam County:
FM 1915 N at Big Elm Creek
FM 1915 S at Little River
FM 1600 at Little River
FM 2269 at Big Elm creek
FM 485 at North Elm creek

FM 437 at Little River and Donahue creek

FM 2227 at Pond Creek
FM 487 at San Gabriel River

FM 908 at Brushy creek

FM 486 at Little River and Alligator creek

FM 1915 at Lipan Creek; pavement damage

FM 1600 at Bear/Little Bear creek; pavement damage
FM 485 at North Elm Creek; pavement damage

Forecast: Milam County remains under a Flash Flood Watch until 7 a.m. Tuesday, April 19, and a Flood Warning until 4 a.m. Thursday, April 21.