Severe Thunderstorms Still Possible Overnight
…but the threat for Davidson/Williamson Counties is dwindling quickly. Technically, we are under a severe thunderstorm watch until midnight; however, *a majority* of storms are expected to stay from Williamson county and points south. Regardless, rain and thunderstorms will make for some noisy zzz’s. We’ll keep an eye on any rogue storms that go severe on Twitter @NashSevereWx. If you have damage reports, send a tweet using #tSpotter with the typical “what, where, when” format.
Slight Risk of Severe Weather Tomorrow
It will be very interesting to see if our atmosphere can recover during the day tomorrow and if anything leads to more storm development. Right now, most models aren’t overly impressed by rain/thunderstorm opportunities, except for the GFS, which puts some measurable precipitation along the cold front as it passes through in the afternoon. Even more so than today, tomorrow’s forecast is a toss-up, including the timing. We’ll likely have to wait until the morning for models to catch up and see what current conditions are to determine whether or not more storms will fire.
Regardless, Sunday is another day to pay attention to. The Storm Prediction Center has us in a “Slight Risk” for severe thunderstorms:
GFS Model Loop on Sunday
Sunday’s Bottom Line:
Stay abreast of ever-changing weather conditions. Much like today, storms could fire very quickly late morning into early afternoon as the cold front approaches. As new information becomes available, we will post it here.
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