NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — One bit of good news is that the Storm Prediction Center has removed our southern counties from the Marginal Risk for severe weather associated with the remnants of Hurricane Delta.
However, we still will feel some effects from the storm.
Our biggest impacts will be rain and wind gusts increasing to 20-30 mph this afternoon and tonight, as the low-pressure center moves across our region.
Rain amounts could range from up to 1″ in north Middle Tennessee (including the Nashville Metro area) to up to 2″ in south Middle Tennessee.
Other good news is that the Flash Flood Watch that was in effect for southwest Middle TN has been canceled.
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