Big changes are on the way Monday as a strong cold front moves through Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. Areas along and south of I-40 are under a Marginal Risk (level 1 out of 5) for severe weather.
Temperatures start out in the 60s on Monday but will quickly drop as the cold front moves through. The front will produce a strong line of storms that have the potential to be severe Monday afternoon and evening.
Heavy rain and damaging wind will be the main threats. Hail and isolated tornadoes will also be possible.
This system will produce 1-3″ of rain. Flooding will be a threat all throughout Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.
A few flurries may be possible as the front exits Middle Tennessee. Much colder air will be in place Tuesday and Wednesday.
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