With the return of wet weather overnight and this morning, the National Weather Service has a both a flash flood warning and watch in place for the day.
The flash flood warning remains in effect until 2:15 p.m. and includes Polk, Floyd, and Bartow counties as heavy rainfall continues to move across Northwest Georgia this morning. Cedartown, Rockmart and other surrounding cities are expected to experience some form of flash flooding today.
Polk County and surrounding areas will remain under a Flash Flood Watch until 8 p.m.
Temperatures are expected to reach 70 degrees on the day, but showers and thunderstorms are expected through the evening hours as temperatures begin to drop with another cold front moving through. Tonight’s low is expected to be 33.
Expect at least three quarters and an inch of rain on the day.
Patchy frost is expected on Thursday morning, with sunshine expected and a high of 52.