NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – We are seeing a few scattered storms moving across the area early this evening, and there are more dropping southeast from Missouri and Illinois that should arrive after midnight.

A marginal threat for severe weather is in effect for parts of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky overnight. The Storm Prediction Center has narrowed the corridor and extended it a little farther south.

Keep an eye on the radar at

Our biggest threats are gusty winds, hail, downpours, and lightning with these storms.

Don’t forget, localized flooding is an important aspect of heavy downpours. “Turn around, don’t drown” if you see a flooded roadway.

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