NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – We are tracking showers pushing across Middle Tennessee and South Kentucky this afternoon and early evening, but so far there has been no severe weather.
As a matter of fact, there has not even been any lightning associated with these showers, as of yet.
The Storm Prediction Center continues to have only far northeast Middle Tennessee and the adjacent Kentucky counties in the Marginal Risk. Should any storms develop, damaging winds would be the biggest threat.
The showers should be gone an hour or so after sunset. Expect some patchy fog to develop with cooler temperatures in the morning, running in the mid 60s.
Sunday’s weather looks to be a little drier with slightly lower humidity behind a cool front. Temperatures should be pleasant, running in the mid-80s.