Warm, muggy, overnight, thunderstorms likely Sunday, cooler Monday.
Missouri reported nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues by late afternoon.
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.
The first threat of severe storms is heading through Middle Tennessee overnight Wednesday into Thursday.
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.
The Maury County Fire Department reported it determined the vehicle had been swept several hundred yards downstream upon their arrival.
Dozens of Cheatham and Davidson County residents stopped by the park through the afternoon and evening to look at the high water.
Several roads in Middle Tennessee are flooded due to heavy rainfall Saturday.
It happened on South Cumberland Street near the Jack in the Box.
It happened at a home on Winding Way Drive around 7 a.m.
Saturday’s rains brought flooding to many areas across Middle Tennessee as creek waters began to rise.
There’s a layer of yellow in downtown Shelbyville with bits of insulation scattered all around.
Storms will continue through the evening hours Friday before Middle Tennessee sees more rain on Saturday.
Jared Plushnick explains our latest weather pattern in store for Middle Tennessee this weekend.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Middle Tennessee until 4 a.m. Sunday.