Planters – First Advisory tomorrow morning. “1 AM TO 8 AM CDT Monday. Temps as low as 33° will result in frost formation.” -@NWSNashville

Rain, lightning ongoing. No severe concerns.

Storms likely Thursday night — Models think no storms today. The atmosphere would support severe weather today if storms could get going, but the last several runs show nothing happening.

But tomorrow/Thursday night a storm complex should drop down I-24 from Kentucky, aka an “I-24 Special.” These are usually dog stressors and noisemakers, with a lightning lottery. read more

Storms incoming predawn/sunrise tomorrow (Weds) morning. Lightning and briefly heavy rain. Severe weather not expected. Storms lacking key ingredient: CAPE, which is near zero.

Weds afternoon/evening remains questionable. Previous models showed storms in place, with plenty of storm-making ingredients. While the tornado threat appears to be well north of us, the atmosphere could support heavy downpours, lightning, and low probability of damaging winds and hail. However, the last several model runs do not show any storm formation after the storms that will come through early in the morning. read more

Rain arrives early Tuesday evening if you want to believe the HRRR model. Never believe one run of one model. Remain curious for future runs. Understand rainouts/interruptions will be possible Tuesday night. read more

731 PM one thunderstorm is tossing CG lightning heading along and south of I-840. Other scattered rain showers ready to make some of that chilly rain no one likes. Ok maybe some of y’all like it. No severe, no worries. read more

Travel Alert: Large hailstorm about to cross I-24 near Clarksville, TN/KY line. If you’re coming back from the eclipse and stuck in traffic there, maybe pull off. This storm is legit.

1:00 PM cloud update. Most of us will get Adventure Science Centered. Partial Local Eclipse in just over an hour.

Noon cloud update. Partial eclipse in 2 hrs.

11 AM satellite update. Eclipse in 3 hours. 2:06 PM is what I’m reading.