NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A very slow-moving upper-level low-pressure center will keep high shower and storm chances through the Labor Day holiday. With plenty of moisture to work with, flooding is a possibility.

A Flood Watch is in effect through Monday Evening for much of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. NOTE: Our border counties with Alabama have been added to the watch. Heavy rain and already saturated ground may lead to quickly rising water. Remember “turn around, don’t drown”.

Showers and storms will be around on and off Sunday and Monday.

Keep an eye on the radar at wkrn.com/radar

Rain amounts upwards of 1-3″ are possible through Monday afternoon with some locally higher amounts.

Showers and storms are also expected to continue into next week as a wet and stormy pattern persists.

High temperatures will be held down to the low to mid-80s because of the increase in showers and storms.