A large amount of rainfall is expected mid-week, where flash flooding could threaten Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky.
We are quiet right now, but rain arrives Tuesday afternoon and becomes heavy and steady Tuesday night into Wednesday. It wraps up early Thursday. Then, we have a second round of rain coming Friday into the weekend.
Light to moderate rain begins Tuesday afternoon and does not quit early Thursday morning. The flooding threat goes up Tuesday night into Wednesday.
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Once the main line moves out early Thursday morning, most of the area will be left with 2-4 inches of rain in total.
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River flooding is possible as well. Safety should be a top priority. If you come across an area with swiftly running water, avoid it. Any roads completely submerged in water should be avoided. You never know how deep the water really is.
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More rain breaks out late Thursday night into Friday, but another round of intense rainfall is possible over the weekend and there is the threat of strong storms Saturday as temperatures warm to near 70. At this time, total rainfall accumulations throughout the week and including the potential weekend storm could range between 4-6+ inches.
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