Update: Marginal Risk for Severe Storms Today

Kaiti Leachman —  Tuesday, June 30, 2015 6:06 pm

Current Radar

*Updated with latest SPC update at 12:27 PM -Kaiti

THIS EVENING – Staying Dry (Most Likely)

We have been downgraded to a MARGINAL risk of severe thunderstorms today:

 

Here’s the breakdown of wind, tornado, and hail risks:

Flooding is also of concern today, as these storms will likely produce heavy downpours.

NWS Nashville puts the flooding threat between LOW and MEDIUM:

As evening approaches, both models also agree that things will begin to quiet-down by 7 PM or so:

Now, what’s to blame for all this? That would be a weak cold front that’s still off to our north this morning. As it swings through today, our storm chances go up.

For more immediate updates, stick with us on Twitter throughout the day.

Mild overnight temps near 70°.

WEDNESDAY – More Afternoon Storms - Wake Up: 69º, High: 83º

Tomorrow brings another chance for rain, and the severe risk will also be marginal:

 

Another front will hang around to our north, allowing for storms ahead of it to head our way.

Timing: a few showers may roll through overnight, but most storms will roll through tomorrow afternoon and evening.

 

 

EXTENDED: Thunderstorm Chances Each Day through the 4th 

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