Current Temps and Radar
*Updated with new 8 AM data. -Kaiti
Severe weather remains possible today.
The Storm Prediction Center just adjusted our probabilities of “x” happening w/in 25 miles of us this afternoon:
1. 58+ MPH winds, 30%:
2. 1″ hail, also 30%:
3. A tornado, 5%:
The tornado threat will be something to watch especially if supercells form out ahead of the main squall line.
Here’s the image from NWS-Nashville identifying and quantifying the threats:
There are some showers and thunderstorms off to our NW this morning on radar. Those are NOT associated with the cold front that will bring the severe threat this afternoon.
The HRRR model likes those to move through around 10 AM and be out of the area by about 1 PM:
Expect some rumbles of thunder and some rain this morning as this wave of showers and storms passes through.
The main severe threat isn’t expected until this afternoon, between 3 PM and 8 PM:
Simulated radar has the line moving through Williamson and Davidson Counties around 6 PM:
We will keep this website updated with general severe weather information, but remember: specific warnings will not be posted to this website. And as always, consult multiple reliable sources for your severe weather information. We will post warnings and other details, including during the storms, on Twitter @NashSevereWx.
Non-thunderstorm winds will also be strong. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 1 AM Saturday.
Secure your loose objects, deck umbrellas, etc.
Temps Saturday morning will be in the 40°s. Easter morning (see below) we may see frost in some places. A chilly morning for sure in a Sunday dress:
Extended: Something to look forward to: cooler, but clear, behind the front this weekend.
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