As you can see on weatherTAP’s RadarLab, the “cold” front has moved into the Nashville area. This is kicking off the storms we’re seeing along and west of the plateau at this hour. The storms remain below severe limits, though any storm could become briefly severe. Be aware of that lightning, because there’s a lot of it! The storms appear to be slowing down, which would increase the flood threat underneath them. All activity should be east of the plateau by midnight.
I just noticed the Storm Prediction Center has dropped us out of the marginal risk for severe storms and placed us in the “general thunderstorm” threat. That’s good news!