A quick-moving storm system produced 1-2 more inches of rain in across the Southeast this weekend. Any additional rainfall could exacerbate flooded streams and rivers.
Dozens of rivers in the Tennessee and Ohio valleys are at or above flood stage. Officials warn the saturated grounds can't absorb any more rainfall as the Volunteer State has seen more than 7 inches of rain since Tuesday.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Department warned storms produced enough rainfall over the past workweek to inundate roadways.
Soccer fields looked more like lakes in the Bellevue district of Nashville, Tennessee, and a golf center was underwater.
The National Weather Service forecasts river flooding to remain minor to moderate over the next few days across the Ohio and Mississippi River Valleys.
Temperatures will drop into Monday morning.
However, sunshine and warmer temperatures are expected to return to the region by Monday. Temperatures will generally be in the 60s from the Gulf Coast into South Carolina and the mid-Atlantic.