NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Storms are clearing Middle Tennessee this morning. It was a very bumpy night for some areas, especially in Southern Kentucky & east of 65.
We have several storm reports indicating wind damage and flash flooding across Southern Kentucky. Radar estimates show 3-6 inches of rain for some areas.
In Middle Tennessee, our east counties have seen radar estimates of 1-3 inches.
Today’s focus: the heat. Temperatures on Thursday will be still warm, in the low to mid-90s, but that’s a few degrees down from Wednesday’s hot readings in the upper 90s in many areas. Unfortunately, the heat increases as we head into the weekend when highs will be in the upper 90s to near 100 with heat index values over 105 degrees.
A Heat Advisory is in effect for our TN/AL border counties today.
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