Line of Showers & Storms Quickly Tracking East Across The Tennessee Valley
This is a post from March 5th; I’ve noticed a lot of links going to this one for some reason, but is no longer current information. We will leave it for archive purposes, but this is old information from early March 2013.
Showers and storms are continuing to quickly track east-northeast across the Tennessee Valley at about 55-65 mph, as a cold front moves through. Some of the stronger storms may be capable of strong wind gusts of 35-40 mph and small hail, with a very low chance of any storms reaching severe limits. Below is a look at the current radar, with the line of storms crossing the I-65 corridor.
Expect the chance for any more strong storms to be gone mainly by 1:30 – 2:00 pm as this line continues to rapidly move east and should be in Georgia by around that time. Light to moderate showers will linger behind the front through much of the afternoon.
Small hail has been the main story with storms today, check out this photo taken by Chase Baerlin of hail in Madison.
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