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Lots to review.
Yet, there is reason to think we might see a few strong or severe storms tonight. A cold front will arrive tonight. Storms are expected to form just ahead of that front.
The Storm Prediction Center quantifies our probability of a tornado occurring within 25 miles of us tonight to be 2%. The same probability for damaging winds and hail is 15%. So, yes, this is a low-end event, but something to watch tonight.
The HRRR thinks these storms may arrive around 9 PM tonight:
We aren’t sure about that ETA, but we think the storms will hold off until after dark. We do not expect much rain from these storms (less than 0.15″).
Tomorrow, we cool off. We’ll wake up to 70, reaching a high of only 85, under increasingly sunny skies.
By Tuesday, our high will only be 81. Wednesday’s high is 84.
Note: no warnings will be posted to this website tonight. Follow @NashSevereWx on Twitter for more info. We also encourage you to monitor multiple reliable weather sources.
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