NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Good news: The Tornado Watch and Severe Thunderstorm Watch have both been discontinued for the News 2 Viewing Area. Although the tornado threat is lower, it is still not zero, so we will continue to monitor the situation. Hail and gusty winds are the primary threat. CONTINUE TO STAY WEATHER ALERT TODAY.
The Storm Prediction Center has also extended the Slight Risk (2/5) to include most of Middle Tennessee and south Kentucky.
Storms will be moving east of I-65 after 2-3 pm, but persist in our east and southeastern sections through the afternoon.
Behind this system, temperatures will plummet into the low 30s, and we could even see some snow showers Friday, especially on the Plateau. In our far eastern counties and on the Plateau, up to 1″ of snow is not out of the question.
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