Sunday, June 5, 2011

Strong Storms Possible This Afternoon

****2:50 PM UPDATE****
Debris is reported on I-40 near Exit #290 (Hwy 70)
*******2:45 PM UPDATE*****
Rumbling thunder with storms to our north and south. Under a storm warning. Lost a Bradford Pear tree in our yard. 
*************2:15 PM UPDATE***********
Severe thunderstorm warning for DeKalb & Warren counties in Middle Tennessee until 3 pm.

***********2:00 PM UPDATE:************
Storms approaching western Putnam County out of Smith. STRONG!

Severe storms are blowing up across the northern sections of middle Tennessee this afternoon. There have already been a handful of reports of 50+ mph winds reported in the Gallatin (Sumner County), TN area along with 1/2" hail also reported nearly Gallatin, Goodlettsville (north of Nashville), and White House (in Robertson County, north of Nashville).

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Locally, expect these storms to march through later this afternoon. Also expect dangerous lightning, heavy rains, possible large hail, and damaging winds. The atmosphere is quickly becoming unstable and that will contribute to development.

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1 comment:

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

**3:10 PM UPDATE**
.25" of rain has fallen since it started about 35 minutes age.

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