NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Severe weather is expected to move through Middle Tennessee Wednesday afternoon.
There could be a few mid-morning storms in southeastern Middle Tennessee with a stronger system of thunderstorms moving from west to east beginning around 12 p.m. through the early evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has put much of the eastern half of Middle Tennessee in a Moderate risk for severe weather. Moderate is the second-highest severe weather alert level.
Keep an eye on the weather advisories at wkrn.com/alerts.
Severe weather including tornadoes could be widespread and intense in the areas under a Moderate risk. Tornadoes could be “long-lived,” meaning they could stay on the ground more than just few minutes.
Nashville and the I-65 corridor are in an Enhanced risk, which means numerous severe storms are possible, including tornadoes.
Check on the storm system as it moves through the region at wkrn.com/radar.
Western Middle Tennessee is in a Slight risk which still means severe weather is possible. Get the latest forecast at wkrn.com/forecast.
People in Middle Tennessee especially from Nashville and the I-65 corridor should stay abreast of weather conditions anytime from lunchtime through the afternoon and early evening hours.
Colder air spills in Wednesday night and will be in place Thursday, along with leftover showers and temperatures struggling to reach the mid-50s. It will be a chilly day and you will need your umbrella.
As cooler temperatures settle in Thursday into Friday, frost is likely Friday night into Saturday morning with mid 30s for lows and possibly a freeze in our northern and eastern counties.
However, over the weekend we begin to warm back up and we will have mostly sunny skies.