Strong storms move through Middle Tennessee

Fallen tree in Crieve Hall (Courtesy: iReport2 network)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Much of Middle Tennessee is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m. with damaging winds a primary threat.

Heavy downpours moved through Nashville at around 4 p.m. Wednesday. Click here to view the News 2 Storm Tracker Forecast. 

Emergency crews in Davidson and Wilson counties responded to multiple reports of fallen trees and power lines as the storm system worked its way through the area.

PHOTOS: Severe weather in Middle Tennessee

In Gallatin, a roof was torn off of a shopping center on West Broadway.

A tree fell on to the Music City Star’s tracks near Mt. Juliet at 5:10 p.m. causing a 10 minute delay for arrivals. No one was injured.

Over 18,000 NES customers lost power during the storm. Click here for the power outage map. 

When severe weather threatens, you can get push alerts about the weather through the WKRN Weather app. Click here to download it or the Stormtracker app now!

Don’t forget to snap photos and submit those through the WKRN apps as well. Just give us a little information about where and when the photo was taken. You can also send your pictures to

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