Thursday, May 31, 2012

Scattered Severe Storms Possible

Storms will move into Tennessee later today as a cold front moves closer to our area. The most likely threats include damaging winds, large hail, frequent lightning and locally heavy rainfall. There is a chance that a squall line could develop.

*Hazardous Weather Outlook*

The cold front will usher in some much below normal air for Friday and Saturday. We'll be as much as 25° cooler on Saturday than Saturday of last weekend. It'll feel great after a very hot week and a half.

Storms develop later today. High of 85°. Chance of showers and thunderstorms is 50%

A 90% of showers and thunderstorms. Some may be briefly severe and a low of 62° by morning.

Much cooler with a 40% chance of showers before lunch and a high of just 71°. Northwest winds around 10 mph.

Chilly start of around 49° and a high temp of just 71° under a mostly sunny sky. The wind will be from the west northwest at 10 mph.

*Latest Local Forecast*

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