Sunday: A Wind Advisory in effect even for winds outside of the t'storms which could run 15-30 mph from the south with gusts 35-40 mph ahead of a cold front.
Showers & t'storms will be pushing from west to east across Middle TN today.
First round of rain showers 11am-noon in Nashville, with possible t'storms developing later today moving through Nashville roughly 4-7pm.
Although we don't anticipate a widespread severe weather outbreak, a few of the storms could contain damaging winds. An isolated tornado threat can't be totally ruled out, but damaging winds would likely be the biggest threat.
But remember, the winds could be strong even outside of storm activity.
The Storm Prediction Center has us under a "Slight Risk" of severe weather in their Day 1 Outlook.
Showers and t'storms will persist through the early evening hours, pushing out later tonight as cooler temperatures push in.
Monday: When you head back to work or school tomorrow morning, temperatures will be in the low to mid 50s, with highs Monday afternoon in the upper 60s to near 70°.
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