UPDATED: Cooler air moving in overnight; snow possible Tuesday
Here's the latest look at your forecast from Chief Meteorologist Paul Barys!
CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Heavy rains continue to cause problem across the Channel 3 viewing area.
Chief Meteorologist Paul Barys says the rain will begin to taper off Monday night and colder air will begin to move in.
The cold front could cause some snow showers to develop, especially in the higher elevations.
Snowfall, if any, will be very light. Tuesday temperatures will be chilly, with lows in the upper 30s and highs in the mid 40s.
There are still a number of flood watches/warnings/advisories in effect for all of our area throughout Monday, so use caution while traveling around town.
We have several ways to keep you informed. Updated Watches and Warnings will scroll on the screen throughout the day.
You can track and zoom the rain right to your neighborhood on the iRadar.
If you see weather problems and it is safe to do so, send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.