A system from the west moves into Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky Saturday evening with a line of intense storms.
A major concern for Thursday morning is flash flooding as heavy rain moves over Middle Tennessee.
Area streams and rivers will rise starting Wednesday night.
If 80 degrees is met on Tuesday, not only would it break the record for the day, but also mark the fifth time in history.
Our forecast for Tuesday’s high of 79° would in fact break the record of 78° set in 2014
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Flood Watch continues through this afternoon because as creeks recede today, the larger rivers will continue …
A Flood Watch continues for most of Middle Tennessee and South Kentucky until Sunday afternoon.
High pressure moves to the east, returns a south flow, pumping temperatures to the 60s under full sunshine Friday.
Many locations are several inches of rain lower than average, but tonight’s event will help out.
A storm develops in Texas, scoops up a ton of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and moves into Middle Tennessee as well as Southern Kentucky …
Rain moves in towards noon and sticks around the rest of the day.
If any accumulations take place for the plateau, it should be a coating at best. All in all, most schools should be open for operation Frida…
Around 5:49 a.m. on Wednesday, the partial lunar eclipse begins, with totality at 7:30 a.m.
Here we go again. Snow could move into Middle Tennessee by the end of the week.
We are looking at two snow chances this coming work week. The first is only for the northeast corner of Middle Tennessee on Monday night.
A storm coming out of the Rockies is projected to move right into Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky early Saturday.
High pressure was to our west earlier in the week, meaning that the clockwise flow pushed in a cooler north wind, dropping temperatures.
A system to the west moves across the entire state with a dose of heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning beginning Monday afternoon.
It will be breezy and mild overnight with increasing cloudiness. Lows only in the low 50s.
Many school districts and day cares across the region will be closed for at least three days this week because of snow, icy roads, and extre…