Round one of storms is out, and round two is set to arrive this afternoon to the evening. A lull in the activity allows the atmosphere to reenergize with warmer air and more unstable conditions.
Thunderstorms coming from the south will erupt in Middle Tennessee with the highest potential of severe weather south of I-40.
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Thunderstorms develops after 3 p.m. and last through 10 p.m. Monday night. Main threats include heavy rain, minor flooding, lightning and wind gusts to 50 mph.
Rainfall totals will be from 1-3 inches with the highest totals along the Tennessee/Alabama border. This is where isolated flooding could occur.
Rain wraps up at night, leading to drier weather Tuesday and Wednesday.
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