StormTracker Forecast

Severe thunderstorms expected this afternoon/evening


Thunderstorms are beginning to fire up RIGHT NOW.

Timing: Now through the evening.

Not every storm will be severe, but ones that do could have the following impacts.

Impacts: Strong wind in excess of 60 mph, large hail to the size of golf balls, several tornadoes.

While all of middle Tennessee has a potential for turbulent weather, the highest chance for the strongest storms should be south of I-40. Nonetheless, everyone should be on guard.

Storms move out tonight with several isolated showers tomorrow.  It will be cooler too with highs in the 40s.

Tomorrow night into Wednesday those rain showers could turn to snow showers and we could see minor accumulations on the Plateau.

Keep the umbrella handy as there will be more rain chances right into the weekend.

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