Severe Threat is Gone, Rain Sticks Around

DopplerMAX estimated rainfall for the past 24 hours shows a few areas with 2.5 up to 3 inches locally.
DopplerMAX estimated rainfall for the past 24 hours shows a few areas with 2.5 up to 3 inches locally.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH through 7pm for Adair, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe, Russell, Taylor and Clay TN counties.

NOWCAST THROUGH LATE MORNING:
Breezy with occasional rain showers.
6am: Rain Showers 66°
8am: Rain Showers 64°
10am: Chance of Showers 62°

RAIN LINGERS:
Chances are you’ll wake up to rain once again this morning as a second round of this activity passes through the viewing area. Any severe weather threat has passed the region although a stray thunderstorm cannot be ruled out. High temps will top out around 70 with cooler readings by afternoon.

COOLER DAYS AHEAD:
Behind the slow moving storm system is some very Fall-like air. Daytime highs will struggle to reach 60° on Wednesday with a chance of showers. There will be a chance of a stray shower or two early Thursday, then mostly sunny skies return for the remainder of the work week. Highs will fall into the cool 60s and 70s, lows will dip into the mid and upper 40s to low 50s.

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TODAY:
Breezy & Cooler, Scattered Showers…High 70, winds S-12
Precip Ch. 50% – Rain Amount 0.30″

TONIGHT:
Cool with Scattered Showers…Low 53, winds SW-6
Precip Ch. 50% – Rain Amount 0.20″

WEDNESDAY:
Cooler with Scattered Showers…High 60, winds SW-6
Precip Ch. 60% – Rain Amount 0.40″

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