Severe storms possible across Middle Tennessee on Father’s Day

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Severe thunderstorms are possible across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky on Sunday.

A line of thunderstorms will push into Middle Tennessee this afternoon and evening that will likely contain gusty, damaging winds, dangerous lightning, hail and brief heavy downpours.

Stay on top of the incoming weather with our interactive radar at wkrn.com/radar

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As usual, timing is tricky, but northwest and western sections of Middle Tennessee could see these storms as early as noon, with Nashville and the rest of Middle Tennessee seeing storms during the mid-to-late afternoon.

Additional storms could also develop into the evening hours.

The Storm Prediction Center has most of Middle Tennessee under a Slight risk, meaning that scattered severe storms are possible with a few isolated intense storms. Click here for all weather alerts.

Severe threat should wind down around 10 p.m., but rain could remain in the area through Monday morning south and east of Nashville.

If you plan to be outdoors today, keep an eye on the west and northwest sky and get indoors if storms are approaching. Remember, “When the thunder roars, get indoors”.

(Graphic: WKRN)

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