NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Heavy rain pushed into Middle Tennessee Monday evening and rolled across the state.
Wind gusts reached up to 40 mph as the heaviest showers moved through. There could be a few embedded strong storms with wind gusts being the main threat.
Nashville remains under the “marginal threat” of severe weather, which is most likely expected in the form of damaging winds. Areas west of Interstate 65 are under a “slight risk.”
A Wind Advisory remains in effect until midnight as the rain marches toward East Tennessee. Get the latest at wkrn.com/alerts.
Temperatures will drop to the low 50s Monday night. On Tuesday, south winds will overcome clouds and push highs to the low 70s.
Another round of showers and possible thunderstorms will clip Middle Tennessee from the south Tuesday night through early Wednesday morning. Once again, some of these storms could be on the strong side as both Middle Tennessee and East Tennessee are under a marginal risk Tuesday. See the latest at wkrn.com/forecast.
Temperatures will reach around 60 degrees on Wednesday. Parts of Middle Tennessee could see more showers late weekend and early next week.
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