NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Late tonight through the wee hours of Sunday morning, a line of storms will make its way across Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky.

The Storm Prediction Center has a Marginal Risk (category 1 of 5) for severe weather in areas from Nashville west and north. The risks are in the low range, but a few storms could have gusty damaging winds and hail. The tornado threat is low, as well, but not zero.

All modes of severe weather are possible, but they are low-end threats. You can expect heavy rain, wind, hail, and the tornado threat although very low is not zero.

The rough timing is from around midnight in our northwestern and far western counties to 6 am in east Middle Tennessee with the storm line weakening as it moves east of I-65.

Rainfall amounts could be anywhere from .5″ to 1.5″. Unfortunately, more unsettled weather heads our way next week.