We are in Weather Alert Mode as storms are expected to continue through the afternoon and even into the even hours. Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible.
One round of storms is expected mid to late morning and then another in the afternoon/evening. Either round could produce severe weather, but the afternoon/evening round may be the most likely to produce damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed Nashville and the majority of the mid-state in a Slight Risk (Category 2 of 5) for severe weather with our far southeastern sections in a Marginal Risk (Category 1 of 5).
Be Weather Alert throughout the day and if a storm is approaching your area, get indoors. Remember, whether a storm becomes severe or not, lightning is a lethal threat.
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Download the free News 2 StormTracker App from WKRN and Nashville’s News 2 and be prepared when severe weather strikes.