An upper-level low pushing across the area is expected to bring another round of showers and thunderstorms to Middle Tennessee on Wednesday.
The best chance for any severe storms will be along and east of Interstate 65 in the afternoon.
Damaging winds and large hail are possible. Heavy rainfall and localized flooding is also possible in a few locations. The threat of tornadoes will remain low.
There will be light showers in the morning with a few rumbles of thunder. Many areas will see partial clearing from mid-morning through midday.
"More storms will develop in the afternoon, some of which could produce severe wind gusts and large hail," said 4WARN Meteorologist Paul Heggen.
On Tuesday, several trained weather spotters across Middle Tennessee reported wind and hail damage from storms. Trees and power lines were down in Davidson, Rutherford, Wilson and Williamson counties; a roof blown off a house in Putnam County; and a tree fallen onto a home in Overton County.
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