Right now meteorologists are predicting the possibility of flooding, large hail and tornadoes.
Straight line winds are also a concern but of course flooding is on the minds of most.
Already emergency officials are preparing for the aftermath.
Houston County EMA Director Clark Matthews said, "We are preparing for the rain event it looks like is our main hazard. We will probably have isolated flooding but in that we have a lot of houses that flood so we will try to get the word out to them."
If you have an emergency during the storm, call 911. If you have severe flooding or storm damage to report you can call the EMA office at 615-HELP; that's 615-4357.
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