Showers Moving Into The Tennessee Valley


A large complex of showers and storms continues to dive south-southeast in Arkansas and Missouri this morning. Clouds associated with this complex have been moving into the Tennessee Valley over the past few hours, ending what sunshine we started with at sunrise.  There have been a few, widely spaced showers around this morning across southern middle Tennessee, with more showers and storms developing in central Tennessee beginning to move into the Tennessee counties along the Alabama/Tennessee state line.  Currently there are some heavy showers moving southeast in northeastern Lawrence and northwest Giles counties in Tennessee, with a heavy thunderstorm just to their northwest, south of Centerville. Below is the latest radar image as of 10:00 am.


Showers and storms will likely continue to drift southeast through the morning and afternoon. Not everyone may see receive rain, but there is a chance. If you’re getting your back-to-school list finalized before heading out shopping for the tax free holiday weekend in Alabama, make sure to bring your umbrella with you as you shop…rain chances increase throughout the day.  High temperatures for most communities will warm into the mid-to-upper 80s at best.  Read more on the extended forecast on the WHNT Forecast Page.

– Jennifer Watson

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