A 4WARN Weather Alert is in effect.  A few strong-severe thunderstorms are possible over western and southern Middle Tennessee into the evening.

A rain system moving toward Tennessee from Missouri will move over the western and southwestern portions of the area, producing spotty showers and storms there, a few of which could become severe with damaging wind gusts.  Nashville's rain chance will remain low however -- only 20%.

Tonight will turn partly cloudy and uneventful, after the storms well south of Nashville exit.  We'll have lows around 70 by Thursday morning. 

Late Thursday, scattered showers and storms will move in, lingering off and on through Friday. Highs both days will be in the upper 80s to low 90s.

The weekend will be drier, but seasonably hot and still very humid.  More spotty storms are expected on Monday. Highs will be in the mid 90s.

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Meteorologist

Lisa Spencer is the Chief Meteorologist for News4.

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