Giles County remains under an extended flood watch and more storms on the way.
Schools are closed today with roads already closed from heavy rains in the county on Tuesday.
Between today and Thursday morning, the National Weather Service forecast two to three more inches of rain throughout the county.
The forecast shows a strong cold front will bring additional heavy rain to the mid-state today (Wednesday) and in addition to the possibility of more flooding, there is also a slight risk of severe storms and damaging straight-line winds are the primary threat.
In Giles County, emergency services continue to warn members of the public to remain cautious near floodwaters.
More than 6 inches of standing water or 4 inches of moving water can be damaging to most vehicles, according to The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency .