Tornado Watch over for Middle Tennessee
Storms are capable of producing damaging wind and isolated tornadoes.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A First Alert Weather Day is in effect for this evening and overnight.
The severe threat window in Middle Tennessee is through about 3 a.m. Areas along the Tennessee River can expect storms until about 11pm. The Nashville area from 9pm-1am and areas west to the Cumberland Plateau from 12mid-4am. The strongest storms expected before midnight.
Damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes will be possible with some of the storms. Storms will weaken somewhat as they move east of I-65 but you will still need to be weather-ready out toward the Plateau through the middle of the night. Showers and storms will move out of our area before sunshine on Saturday.
In addition to all of this, a Wind Advisory goes into effect for the entire Mid State tonight and into our day on Saturday with non-thunderstorm wind gusts near or over 40 mph at times.
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As previously mentioned, Saturday will be windy but at least mild with highs in the mid to upper 60s.
Early Sunday morning more patchy frost is possible as the low dips to the upper 30s. Sunday will be much less windy with highs still in the 60s under plenty of sunshine.
Warmer but unsettled weather returns next week with highs in the 70s.
Monday with be partly cloudy with a possible isolated shower in the afternoon, but nothing widespread.
Tuesday and Wednesday temperatures could be near, if not into, the 80s with a few showers and storms each day. Tuesday will also be windy.
Showers will linger into Thursday morning with a big drop in temperatures back into the 60s.
Friday includes a few showers with highs in the upper 50s.
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