NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) –A line of strong, quick-moving storms that forced some tornado warnings, moved through much of Middle Tennessee Friday.
A tornado warning was in effect for Davidson, Sumner, Trousdale and Wilson counties for a short period of time before expiring. Visit wkrn.com/alerts for the latest weather alerts.
As a strong cold front moved through the area Friday afternoon, Middle Tennessee saw heavy downpours and frequent lightning.
Parts of West End near Interstate 440 saw some hail as the storms moved through the area. Reports of damage, including downed trees, were reported in west Nashville, while flooding was reported in areas of 12 South. Click here to view a slideshow of the severe weather.
A power line fell behind a synagogue on West End as the storms moved through. No injuries were reported. At one point, more than 4,000 NES customers were without power.
A wind advisory was also issued for much of Middle Tennessee, including Davidson, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties, among others. The advisory remains in effect through 1 a.m. Saturday.
Temperatures will dip into the mid-40s after the cool front passes through Friday night.
Saturday will be dry and mostly sunny. Highs will only be in the upper 50s to low 60s. For the latest weather conditions, visit wkrn.com/weather.
Easter Sunday will start out clear and cool with temperatures in the upper 30s. Temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 60s by Sunday afternoon. A chance for a passing shower Sunday night is not out of the question.
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