NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) —  Several rounds of strong to severe storms expected through Thursday morning. All modes of severe weather will be possible. The severe weather threat is growing Wednesday night as now parts of Trigg, Stewart, Henry, and Carroll Counties are under a moderate risk (level 4/5). Areas along I-65 and west are under an enhanced risk (level 3/5). Areas east of I-65 are under a slight risk (level 2/5).

A round of storms will move in overnight Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. A few storms could contain gusty winds and hail especially in our far western zones since they are under a marginal risk (level 1/5).

However, the biggest threat overnight will be flooding. That is why our northwest zones are under a Flood Watch from 1 a.m. until 1 p.m. 2 inches of additional rain is not out of the question.

The second more potent round moves in after dark and will be an overnight threat so have a way to get warnings and a safety plan ready to go.

All modes of severe weather are possible Wednesday night including damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes.

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