If you're sick of the rain, don't get your hopes up yet.
Emergency Management Director Tony Reavley says they're preparing for at least another full day of the downfall.
"The good thing is it's not coming all at one time, it's coming a little bit at a time and then it's gonna slack off then may have some more," Reavley said.
The saturated ground and multiple inches of rain created flash flooding along several roadways around the city, causing drivers a bit of a headache.
Resident Samuel McCrary said, "You just need to drive slower. They're not horrible but if you speed, I've seen a couple wrecks almost happen on the way home from work."
Chickamauga Creek is on the rise from the rain.
The south creek near Chickamauga was around 17 feet Monday night. 18 feet is considered flood level.
Reavley said, "We know from past experience that 18 feet that's really not gonna cause us a whole lot of problems as far as structures building or even residence. Road closures maybe in East Ridge, Max Smith road just across the state line in Catoosa county experiences that at about 18 feet,"
With still another two or three inches expected in the coming days, Reavley says to take caution.