The showers along the cold front are starting to feel the effects of a more stable atmosphere here on the plateau. Things were able to get just unstable enough for these showers to get a little frisky earlier. The NWS Nashville issued severe t-storm warnings for them, though I’ve seen no damage reports. All warnings have been allowed to expire.
I have to call these showers because there’s no lightning with them.
Expect a quick downpour of rain as this front crosses the plateau. I don’t expect any more warnings but if one should be issued it should be brief in nature and be for a wind gust of 60 mph.
I expect this to be my last post of the night. This final line will be moving into Cumberland and Fentress Counties within the next half hour and should be east of us by 8:45. This is the cold front, so the atmosphere will finally stabilize upon its passage.