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Storms clear, but threat of flooding remains

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Even after storms are gone, some roadways and intersections may remain under water from flash flooding.

Flood warnings are in effect for Chattooga County and Walker County until 11:30 p.m. CST.

Flash Flood Warnings are in effect for Catoosa County, Dade County, Murray County, Walker County, Whitfield County, and Bledsoe County until 19:30 p.m. CST.

Flood watches are in effect for Catoosa County, Chattooga County, Dade County, Murray County, Walker County, and Whitfield County until 8 p.m.

Flood advisories are in effect for Marion County and Sequatchie County until 6 p.m.

Please do not try to drive or walk through high water.

Skies will be fair overnight with light winds. This will allow for fog development after all the rain and abundant moisture in the ground. Allow some extra time to get to school and work early Monday morning.

Monday and Tuesday have only low chances for isolated storms. Most of us will not see any. But temperatures will be hotter with highs around 90 degrees! Lows remain in the 60s.

Higher chances for scattered/widespread showers and storms return by Wednesday and Thursday as another system approaches from the west. Friday brings clearing conditions and seasonable temperatures with highs in the lower 80s, lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

Memorial Day weekend at this time appears to be dry and pleasant!

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