Snow! Warmer weather! Rain! Wind!
But, the big news is a possibility of snow, according to the National Weather Service.
“We are keeping our eye on it,” said Matthew Cason of Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency.
Data noted the greatest possibility of the white stuff falling will be in the 6 o’clock hour Wednesday morning.
Cason said a 10 to 15 percent chance of snow exists.
Humidity levels will be at 72 percent and the temperature at that time should be 36 degrees, dropping to 33 within the next two hours, according to forecasters’ data.
A Flood Advisory has been issued for today.
Heavy rains overnight have already caused minor surface and street flooding.
Cason confirmed that just under 2 inches of rain has fallen over Bradley County in the past 24 hours.
Associated with the heavy rainfall is also the possibility of a thunderstorm or two, as a strong cold front continues to move across the state. High wind warnings have also been issued across the state.
Drivers of higher profile vehicles such as vans, and even passenger cars or SUVs should use caution.
Gusty winds could topple that kind of vehicle.
As temperatures drop tonight, conditions will become blustery.
Today, winds will gust to 35 mph or greater. Those conditions are expected to continue into the night and Wednesday morning.