\u00a0 UPDATE: 4:15 p.m. CT Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Monday issued a notice asking the Texas Division of Emergency Management to prepare state resources ahead of developing winter storm conditions. "The State of Texas is fully prepared for incoming inclement winter weather and severe storms expected to impact our state in the coming days," Abbott said in a statement. "As we continue to closely monitor the weather, state and local emergency response personnel stand ready to protect our communities over the course of these storms." Earlier this month Abbott similarly marshaled the state's emergency resource capabilities in response to a multi-state weather system harboring potential tornados.\u00a0 --- End of Update --- A large portion of Texas is facing severe weather forecasts, as experts warn that a variety of hazardous conditions could be caused by the winter storm set to hit Tuesday. \u00a0 Texas Department of Emergency Management Chief Nim\u00a0Kidd put Texans on notice about the incoming storm in a Monday morning tweet. "#HeyTexas\u2026 @NWSSouthern forecasts Snow, Fire, and Flood potential across much of Texas. Pay attention to local officials and media," Kidd wrote. Kidd added that "this should be a quick moving system, but could have travel impacts." \u00a0 \u00a0 The warning comes after experts forecasted Monday morning that the approaching winter storm could bring damaging winds along with potential tornadoes to the Houston area on Tuesday.\u00a0 At least four of Texas' six emergency management regions are under a weather advisory of some kind ahead of Tuesday's storm, according to the National Weather Service situation overview included in Kidd's tweet.\u00a0 Houston, which is located in region 2, also faces a "marginal to slight" chance of flash flooding and a "minor" chance of river flooding starting Tuesday, according to the overview. Monday morning projections indicate that the line of storms hitting the Houston area should produce around one to three inches of accumulated rainfall across much of the region. \u00a0\u00a0 "We are not quite ready to issue a Stage 1 flood alert, but it\u2019s something we may do later this afternoon as we see more data," Space City Weather's Eric Berger said in his Monday morning forecast. "The bottom line is that conditions in Houston on Tuesday afternoon may briefly turn fairly nasty." \u00a0 The Texas power grid's governing body said in a Friday tweet that it's "monitoring forecasts" and projects that the grid will be ready to produce enough energy to meet demand as cold weather and possible snowfall peppers North Texas this week.\u00a0 Politics | 'Elon Musk' tax seeks to stop California billionaire exodus to TXDowntown | One of Houston's tallest skyscrapers to become apartment complexEducation | Texas could possibly take over HISD. Here's what we know.Local | Sugar Land construction company charged with bid-rigging fraud For the latest and best from Chron, sign up for our daily newsletter here.