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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — The severe weather threat is over for our region. Thankfully, there were no tornadoes in Middle Tennessee & Southern Kentucky. However, heavy rainfall did lead to a few Flood Advisories and ponding on the roads.

Rain estimates

Here is a look at the rainfall totals, estimated by the radar. Some of you received over 2-3 inches of rain since Wednesday afternoon.

These are observed totals from the National Weather Service reporting stations. You can see these totals in more detail here.

Rain totals observed from National Weather Service reporting stations. Image Courtesy: NWS

Thursday forecast

A few showers continue on Thursday morning, but decrease into the afternoon. A few showers and isolated storms possible Thursday night into Friday with the front stalling out in our area.

Rain chances do not go to zero, but remain relatively low through the weekend. Storms (possibly strong to severe) are possible by Monday. With rain chances low, temperatures are heating up to the lower 90s this weekend.

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