There are no current weather alerts. Please check back later.
Our sunshine part has concluded as a rain train is taking aim on our area to round out the weekend.
A slow moving storm, now pushing through the southern Great Plains will head toward middle Tennessee overnight spreading rain into the region Sunday morning.
The Lyrid Meteor Shower will peak tonight, with the best viewing time a few hours before dawn Sunday.
While the calendar officially says spring, Mother Nature hasn't gotten the memo just yet as frost advisories were issued throughout Middle Tennessee for Friday morning.
We are inching closer to May and winter does not want to let go.
Twenty years ago, April 16, 1998, the infamous Nashville Tornado roared down Charlotte Avenue, West End and Broadway, through downtown Nashville and into East Nashville.
Newsmaker Scott Harris from the Office of Emergency Management remembers this day 20 years ago well.
Another freeze is expected across a large portion of middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky overnight.
Many people in Middle Tennessee will never forget. Some are too young to remember.
After a washout of a Saturday, more rain will fall overnight, although most of it on the light side.
News 2 is digging deeper into what’s at stake with the upcoming transit vote.