Nice Weather Departs Saturday

Some beautiful weather to close out May, lots of sun, not a lot of heat + humidity. Enjoy while it lasts!

An unsettled pattern moves in Saturday and will be in no rush to leave.

Saturday midday/afternoon looks like the most likely ETA for rain/storms. No severe weather expected for us, those chances are to our west, but can’t rule out a strong storm or two. Having a back-up plan for outdoor activities won’t be a bad idea. Details still a bit fuzzy, check back in for updates. read more

Shoutout High Pressure

We can thank a high pressure system for the comfortable weather we’ll have thru Friday. Dry, highs in the low 80s and waking up with temps in the mid to upper 50s. A wonderful way to close the month of May. read more

Several Days of Nice Weather Before Weekend Rain Chances

We get treated with lovely weather for the upcoming work week, perhaps a good week to work outside.

Nice and cool mornings this week, waking up with temps in the mid to upper 50s. High temperatures around average for this time of the year. read more

Remembering Army Spc. Jason K. Edens

Jason was born in Nashville. He graduated from Franklin High School. He met Ashley at ETSU. Then he joined the Army.

Jason and Ashley married and moved to Ft. Bliss. Jason had a boxer, Charlie. He rode motorcycles, played tennis. Jason and Ashley planned a formal wedding after he returned from Afghanistan. read more

Round Two of Severe Weather Expected Tonight. Damaging Straight-Line Winds, Hail, Tornado, Flash Flooding Threat.

Our “Round One” has just moved through and unfortunately, we are not done with our severe threat for today.

Despite already dealing with some legit storms, our atmosphere is expected to recover and remain primed for all modes of severe weather, with the threat lingering into the overnight hours. read more

Two Rounds of Severe Weather Possible Today - All Hazards Possible. Tornado Watch until 3pm, Flood Watch until 7am Monday

Today we deal with a complex, low probability of a high impact event. A lot of updates to the forecast will be possible today, so staying connected will be important today!

Round One – Now until Afternoon read more

Multiple Rounds of Severe Weather Possible Sunday: Damaging Winds, Hail, Flash Flooding, Tornado Threat

Not a whole lot going on today, an outside chance of a quick shower/non-severe storm, but the overwhelming majority of us will stay dry today.

All eyes are on Sunday.

Both of our counties are outlooked with “x” probability occurring within a 25 miles radius of you: read more

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until 7pm, Daily Severe Weather Chances Thru Monday

Both of our counties (Williamson and Davidson) are under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 7pm, for the possibility of damaging straight-line winds and hail. Another concern today will be flash flooding. If you come across a flooded roadway, turn around – don’t drown. We are not concerned about tornadoes today. read more

Damaging Wind and Hail Threat This Evening, Active Weather Pattern Ahead

Stormy afternoon and evening ahead of us.

The Storm Prediction Center has outlooked our Davidson and Williamson counties with a:

  • 15% chance of damaging straight-line winds within 25 miles
  • 15% chance of severe hail within 25 miles
  • we are not included in any tornado probabilities, the chances are extremely low but not zero

And not to be forgotten is the flash flooding threat.

Timing:

Coverage of storms should gradually increase over the next couple of hours. read more

Low-End Chance of Severe Weather Wednesday, An Active Memorial Day Weekend Coming Up

Another 90° day, but thankfully no rain chances to deal with.

Our weather picks up tomorrow, with a low-end chance of severe weather Wednesday evening.

Some showers will be around Wednesday morning, these will be no big deal and should be out of here before lunch. read more