- Heavy rain in Silver Point
- Trees down in Bangham
- More trees down on Zeb Warren Road
- Hail reported a bit ago around Jere Whitson/TTU area.
- People are being URGED to stay home across mid-state.
- All sorts of flooding around Nashville
- Portions of I-65, I-40, and I-24 are closed due to flash floods
- REMEMBER, if water over road..TURN AROUND/DON'T DROWN..
3:45 PM UPDATE:
VERY HEAVY RAIN IS POISED TO MOVE INTO COOKEVILLE AREA starting now over the next few hours. Please be careful if out and about.
3:25 PM UPDATE:
Interesting camera shot from downtown Cookeville....
3:15 PM UPDATE:
Severe Thunderstorm Warning for NW Putnam County, parts of Jackson County, and Overton County until 4 pm today
3:00 PM UPDATE
Strong storms are just to our west and poised to move through the Cookeville area in the next hour. Please keep in touch with what is going on with the weather. A lot of lightning, very heavy rain, and possible severe weather. RADAR LINK
1:00 PM UPDATE
The above map is showing the possibilities of rain, up to 8 inches or MORE, over the next 3 days here in Middle TN. . ...PRELIMINARY STORM REPORTS
9:50 AM UPDATE....
TORNADO WATCH #124 is in effect now to 4 PM for Putnam County and surrounding areas.
9:30 AM UPDATE....
Nearly 1/2"of rain has fallen since it began a little over 30 minutes ago! Speaking of rain, we ended April with just 1.66", which is almost 3" below our normal April of 4.60". This weekend's rains will probably exceed the entire month of April. We need it as 2010 totals are running around 5" behind.
TORNADO WATCH: Heavy rain is on our doorstep here in Cookeville. We are under a Tornado Watch until 11 am CDT. Most of Middle TN is under this watch. Remember, a watch means conditions are favorable. Stay close to TV, RADIO, and NOAA WEATHER RADIO.