Storms move through southern Mid-State Tuesday evening - WKRN News 2

Storms move through southern Mid-State Tuesday evening

Posted: Updated:
8 p.m. 8 p.m.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

The humid atmosphere is sustaining storms south of Interstate 40 and Nashville Tuesday evening.

Some storms could produce brief damaging winds and isolated pockets of small hail, but flash flooding could be the greatest concern for danger.

Wayne and Lawrence counties are under Flash Flood Warnings until 9:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Many areas in Wayne County have received more than four inches of rain in just a couple of hours Tuesday evening and the storms continue.

Officials told News 2 around 100 customers were out of power around 9 p.m. Reports came in about downed trees, flash flooding and swelling creeks.

The sheriff’s office in Wayne County is also checking heavier hit areas to make sure everyone is okay, particularly the elderly.

Ponding of water is likely in other areas where the storms continue southwest of Nashville during the evening hours.

Later Tuesday, a cold front will approach and could trigger more stormy weather.

For the latest weather conditions visit wkrn.com/weather.

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