Showers and storms have been firing off this afternoon along a boundary that is trying to sag south into Tennessee. The storms seem to struggle to hold on to their intensity, though they have been quite intense from time to time. With all the heat and humidity we have around, it won’t take much to kick off a shower or storm this evening.
Any storm that can organize will be capable of torrential rainfall, gusty winds, and frequent lightning. You can see the lightning strikes on the radar image below. There’s been plenty of lightning with the storms we’ve had lately!
Widespread severe wather is not expected this evening, but an isolated strong storm is certainly possible. The Storm Prediction Center has released a statement saying they do not plan to issue any watches for our area this evening.
You all take care. Remember to stay away from that lightning and never drive across a flooded road. Storms on the radar below are slowly moving south and southeast. Any new development could occur at any time.