A Flood Watch is in effect for Calhoun and the region from Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning, according to the NWS.

The ground is saturated at the surface and frozen further down, with snowfall of several inches, up to 10 inches in some parts.

Snow and icing is likely in Wednesday's mix.

A storm system is expected to move across the region Tuesday night through Wednesday. This storm has the possibility of producing rainfall amounts between 1.0 and 1.5 inches, starting Tuesday night and continuing into Wednesday morning.

Recent snow could melt and add to the runoff. There is still some ice on the streams, creeks and rivers.

Minor street flooding was reported Monday in Spencer. Reedy Creek flooded farm land in Roane County. High water issues were also reported in Clay and Braxton counties.

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