In an “average” season which runs from June 1st to November 30th, 12 Tropical Storms form, 6 strengthen into Hurricanes, and 3 to Major Hurr…
Weather officials said winds from Saturday night’s storm reached from 60 mph to 105 mph in some places.
The storm hit Saturday, but many people in the city and county were still without power Monday morning.
Cookeville mayor, Ricky Shelton, discussed Saturday night’s storm damage and how the area has to move forward.
Trees and powerlines were down across the eastern and central part of Cookeville as well as in Monterey.
The southern portion of Middle Tennessee braces for more inclement weather overnight – as flash flooding is a concern to the north and east …
More is expected tonight as more heavy rain is projected to move through the area during the overnight hours.
Trees blocking roadways and power outages all over the county have been reported.
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Reported winds as high as 70 mph have passed through some of the area.
Severe thunderstorms likely tonight….
Thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday will likely contain damaging winds, hail, dangerous lightning and heavy downpours
Storms could turn severe quickly this weekend,,,
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecast calls for 11 to 17 named storms, with five to nine hurricanes.
Weather officials say it touched down near the Wilson-Smith County just after 11:30 a.m. northeast of Lebanon.
Their jobs are to rescue victims of flooding, especially flash flooding, many times risking their own lives in the process.
The Bedford County Emergency Management Agency started the program in 2007 and has since grown to include 13 tornado shelters.
Even though they won’t qualify for state or federal assistance, the county’s emergency management agency is asking for victims to come forwa…
It’s not the light that causes harm, but radiation, and it comes in two forms.
Amy Boggess said she suggests those looking at assisted living facilities to talk to them about how they prepare their residents.