Yes. We have one more line of storms coming. Actually, there’s no lightning with this line so we can’t even call them storms. It looks pretty pitiful on radar. Never the less, the NWS Nashville keeps issuing severe t-storm warnings for the line, for the possibility of a 60 mph wind gust.
This line is along the actual cold front. All day long, we’ve seen pre-frontal lines of convection. I honestly think this line will weaken as it approaches the plateau, but Putnam County has now been issued a severe t-storm warning until 7:30.
I think those of us in Cumberland County will just get a line of showers and gusty winds. That may be all any of us get but we have to abide by the NWS warnings.
Pictured below is the current radar. I’ve certainly seen it look worse today. The storms being warned are from Putnam County north. This is the area that was affected by the first line of storms today. Those same folks will deal with this line, though northern Cumberland County could get clipped by this as well. Notice how thin this line is. It will pass through very quickly.