The latest outlook from the Storm Prediction Center continues to highlight our area in the MARGINAL RISK for severe storms. It is possible that heavy rain will become a greater concern. Some parts of Middle TN may see 2-3 inches or rain. It’s just not clear yet where exactly that corridor of heavy rain will set up.
Notice that the worst of the t-storms should stay to our south. If you’ll notice, the orientation of those higher threats is oriented toward our direction. The hope is that those storms will weaken before moving into our area, leaving us with isolated strong (maybe severe) thunderstorms. It’s still worth keeping an eye on. Folks in Mississippi may get it the worst, with all modes of severe weather possible.
An array of weather hazards are outlined on the current weatherTAP weather maps. The green-shaded counties to our north are flood watches. I wouldn’t be surprised to see those watches extended south to I-40 in TN in time. The blue and red outlined counties are winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings. That wintry stuff will stay to our north for this system. We may see a flurry or three Tuesday morning but that’s it for wintry weather with this round.
You all have a great evening. I’ll be watching this weather closely for us tomorrow!