NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Saturday afternoon will be hot and humid with highs into the 90s under mostly sunny skies. A cold front will approach later in the day increasing the storm’s threat from Saturday night through early Sunday morning.
While there may be an isolated storm in the afternoon, most of the action won’t happen until after 9pm. A storm line will slowly push eastward overnight early Sunday morning. Short-lived severe weather, from about 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. As the storms push east of I-65, they will begin to weaken and bring mostly showers to the Cumberland Highlands.
The marginal risk (1/5) for severe storms lies west of I-65. The far northwest corner of Central Tennessee and far southwest Kentucky is experiencing a Mild (2/5) Risk for Severe Storms. The tornado hazard is low, but hail and strong winds are possible.
Some lingering showers will hit around Sunday and temperatures will be much cooler with peaks just in the 70s!
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