Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-10-10 05:55:04 –
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High pressure keeps central Tennessee and southern Kentucky quiet to end the weekend. High temperatures warm in the mid-1980s, and Nashville could approach the record high of 90 ° set in 1980. More active weather moves on Monday afternoons and evenings, which can lead to some strong storms.
On Monday afternoons and evenings, there is a slight risk of stormy weather (1/5). This means that a few storms can reach severe limits. All kinds of bad weather can occur, but the overall threat level is low. However, be careful, especially if you live west of I-65.
A storm line moves to our western county on Monday afternoon and continues east in the evening and overnight hours. There may be a shower on the Cumberland Plateau on Tuesday morning. These storms lose power overnight.
Things in the mid-week look quiet at highs in the mid-1980s. A strong cold front brings showers and storms on Friday, and the next weekend is expected to be seasonal autumn temperatures!
Strong storms are possible Monday afternoon and evening Source link Strong storms are possible Monday afternoon and evening