We have started the morning relatively calm with temperatures currently in the mid to upper 70's. As we transition from AM to PM, showers are slowly making their way east. Currently residing in middle Tennessee, showers and storms will arrive by the the afternoon and evening hours.
Just like yesterday, some could be strong to severe at times. In addition to gusty winds and small hail, flash flooding is again a concern. Parts of Knox, Anderson, and Blount counties received 4+ inches of rainfall last evening and more is on the way. If you are in low lying areas or flood prone regions, be sure to take the proper precautions ahead of time.
As seen below by future radar, showers and storms will continue working east and developing in east Tennessee. The bulk of this activity will fall in the later part of the afternoon and into the evening hours. Getting into the overnight hours, expect mostly cloudy skies and low's in the upper 60's. A very similar pattern sets up for Wednesday with scattered showers and storms throughout the day and the risk for isolated strong to severe thunderstorms. By Thursday afternoon, sunshine will return and temperatures will warm Friday and into the weekend.
That will do it for now but be sure to check in for updates throughout the later part of today. We received some good reports of flooding, frequent lightning, and gusty winds so please continue that tonight and Wednesday! You can do so by email (SecretCityWx@aol.com) or by social media @SecretCityWx
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