Tennessee Storms Weakening Quickly
The heavy storms that formed in Missouri earlier this afternoon have all but faded away into some light showers and a gust of wind blowing through West Tennessee. There are still a few downpours from Memphis to Jackson up to the west side of Clarksville, but the “severe” threat is over for this batch of storms.
At the rate this is moving, a few isolated showers are possible around Hardin, Wayne, Lawrence (TN), Giles, Lauderdale and Limestone Counties through 10 PM. The wind will shift around to the northwest as the showers pass, and some wind gusts about 10 to 20 MPH are possible even if you don’t see a single drop of rain (momentum of the wind often outlives the precipitation).
So, for the rest of the night, the shower chance is small, and the “storm” chance is almost zero. It will be foggy and warm in the morning with lows in the 70s. For more of the full forecast and the cool weekend ahead visit WHNT.com Weather!