6:00 Friday evening update

There are several outdoor events going on this evening and I hope the storms are dodging those locations. Never the less, radar shows activity continue to develop.

You’ll also notice an outflow boundary moving south of Kentucky. You can see it as that solid, thin green line just north of Nashville. These do a wonderful job of setting off additional storm activity. Follow that line and you’ll see some storms firing off just across the Kentucky border, northwest of Livingston. It’s always interesting to watch storms fire along these boundaries.

Storms have thus far remained below severe limits, though they can certainly produce gusty winds, heavy rainfall, and that all-too-dangerous cloud-to-ground lightning. We remain in the marginal risk for severe weather.

On the radar imagery below, notice northeastern Cumberland County is getting a lot of rain. Also note that outflow boundary pushing southeast out of northern Middle TN. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see more storms fire along that boundary as it pushes south.


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