The National Weather Service has discontinued a flood watch that was in effect for much of Middle Tennessee Sunday. The watch, in effect for several Mid-State counties, was set to expire early Sunday night. On Saturday, Nashville set a record high minimum with temperatures only reaching 50 degrees, more than 20 degrees below average.After steady rain much of the day Saturday, the Nashville area saw 0.96" of rain, while Robertson County saw 0.85" and Wilson County 0.67".The heaviest rainfall fell in western Tennessee where some locations received over two inches.
Heavy rain is still possible across the entire state on Sunday as an area of low pressure moves nearby. The rain may continue off and on into Monday.Warmer, drier weather develops early next week.
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