Once the storms move out Friday night, the upcoming weekend will be much more improved with sunshine and lower humidity.
So far, two storms have been named with a third potentially on the way. That third storm could complicate the weekend weather in middle Tenn…
Severe thunderstorms are possible across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky on Sunday.
Severe storms are possible Thursday
The first heat wave of the season is coming together in Middle Tennessee.
Severe thunderstorms likely tonight….
Storms could turn severe quickly this weekend,,,
Sunday’s storms were wild with winds gusting to 70 miles per hour. Despite the storms shifting away, the wind continues to howl.
Thunderstorms expected to form this afternoon will have the ability to turn severe quickly.
Our first round could come Friday afternoon as a strong storm system out of Oklahoma moves along the Mississippi River.
Several chances for severe storms over the coming days.
Floodgate operations started on Sunday at Percy Priest Dam due to excess rainfall over the weekend.
Flooding remains a threat for portions of the Duck River in Humphreys and Hickman counties.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Middle Tennessee until 4 a.m. Sunday.
The storms could produce damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes in the northwest area of the region in Tuesday and all across the mid-state on …
Middle Tennessee should stay mild through the end of April.
The scattered storms began developing during the late afternoon hours as the atmosphere turned unstable.
The Storm Prediction Center has put most of Middle Tennessee under an “Enhanced” threat for severe weather Wednesday.
The weekend could end with some storms after Middle Tennessee experiences above average temperatures this week.
On Tuesday winds will increase to 15-25 mph from the southeast and south, and by the late afternoon and overnight hours into Wednesday morni…