Trick or Treaters, Go Now! ETA of “Possible” Severe Weather 9 pm - 10 pm

The main blob of rain has moved east of us. It left a “tail” which should squirt us with rain around 7-ish. If you must Trick or Treat, Go Now!

However, our attention is focused on 9 p.m to 10 p.m. (or maybe later), when a new line of storms is predicted by the HRRR to arrive after forming in Arkansas/Missouri, crossing the MS River and trucking through West Tennessee.

We still think the main concern will be damaging straight line winds, but we cannot rule out a tornado.

Here’s the HRRR delivering the storm line to us around 9:30 – 10 p.m.:

More on this on Twitter @NashSevereWx.