A Tornado Watch has been issued for much of Middle and Western Tennessee through 3 a.m. Tuesday including the following counties: BEDFORD-BENTON-CANNON-CARROLL-CHEATHAM-CHESTER-COFFEE-CROCKETT-DAVIDSON DECATUR-DICKSON-FAYETTE-GIBSON-GILES-HARDEMAN-HARDIN-HAYWOOD-HENDERSON HENRY-HICKMANHOUSTON-HUMPHREYS-LAWRENCE-LEWIS-MACON-MADISON-MARSHALL MAURY-MCNAIRY-MONTGOMERY-PERRY-ROBERTSON-RUTHERFORD-SHELBY-SMITH-STEWART SUMNER-TIPTON-TROUSDALE-WAYNE-WEAKLEY-WILLIAMSON-WILSON A strong cold front will race across Middle Tennessee later tonight. Winds will increase considerably ahead of the cold front. Wind gusts to 35 mph…

Strong to severe storms are expected to move across Tennessee Monday night, bring the potential for damaging winds of up to 58 mph, golf ball size hail and isolated tornados. Western and Middle Tennessee will feel the impacts Monday evening and overnight before the storms move out toward Eastern Tennessee and…

  UPDATE — NASHVILLE: A Tornado Watch has been issued for much of Tennessee until 2 a.m. for the following counties: BEDFORD, BENTON, CANNON, CARROLL, CHEATHAM, CHESTER, CLAY, COFFEE, CROCKETT, CUMBERLAND, DAVIDSON, DECATUR, DE KALB, DICKSON, DYER, FAYETTE, FENTRESS, FRANKLIN, GIBSON, GILES, GRUNDY, HARDEMAN, HARDIN, HAYWOOD, HENDERSON, HENRY, HICKMAN, HOUSTON,…

UPDATE: HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 11 AM THIS MORNING TO 8 PM CDT THIS EVENING. The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a Heat Advisory, which is in effect from 11 AM this morning to 8 PM CDT this evening. Expect highs in the middle 90s with heat…

UPDATE: Tornadoes are possible during the overnight hours for portions of West and Middle Tennessee. The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a Heat Advisory, which is in effect from 2 PM Friday to 7 PM CDT Saturday, for the following counties (deep pink shaded area): Stewart Montgomery Houston…

With heat indexes of 100-105 expected for this afternoon across portions of Tennessee west of the Cumberland Plateau, the National Weather Service has issued as Special Weather Statement for the following counties: Stewart, Montgomery, Robertson, Sumner, Macon, Houston, Humphreys, Dickson, Cheatham, Davidson, Wilson, Trousdale, Smith, Perry, Hickman, Lewis, Williamson, Maury,…

TENNESSEE: Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected today and tonight with a focus on the late afternoon and overnight hours throughout Tennessee, according to the National Weather Service. The main threat will be damaging winds. Not every city will have severe storms, but the chance for severe weather covers a…

Subtropical Storm Alberto will make landfall on the Gulf Coast today and is expected to become a tropical depression as it approaches and moves across the mid state Tuesday into Tuesday night. Storm total rainfall associated with Alberto is expected to range from around 1.0 inch across Upper Cumberland Region to around 2.0 inches across Nashville…

With hurricane season due to start on June 1, the first sub- tropical storm of the season has already formed and is aimed at the gulf Coast. Sub-tropical storm Alberto is picking up speed and heading toward the Gulf Coast, bringing plenty of rain into the Southern States. The storm will…

Editor’s note: This story will be updated as conditions warrant. TENNESSEE: While no watches and warnings have been issued yet, periods of heavy rainfall are expected across much of Middle Tennessee early Saturday morning through Saturday evening and severe weather including severe thunderstorms and the possibility of tornadoes will move…

Tennessee is getting yet another deluge of rain over the next few days, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Flood Watch for the region through 7 p.m. on Thursday. A cold front dropping into the state today will trigger heavy rainfall tonight and Thursday. Total rainfall is estimated at 2-4…

The Flood Advisory issued by the National Weather Service has been extended through March 4. Rainfall amounts ranging from 1 inch along the Kentucky state line, up to 4 inches with localized amounts up to 6 inches, along the Alabama state line are expected. Some flash flooding is possible, especially…

With only a few days to see high rising rivers crest and begin to fall,  significant rain is expected again by mid-week. Two to four inches of rain can be expected in Middle Tennessee. Rainfall is expected to return to Middle Tennessee early Wednesday, falling on saturated grounds unable to…

UPDATE: 2/22/18 – 3 a.m.:  The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a Flood Advisory for Rapid Rises through 6 a.m. for the following: Dickson County in Middle Tennessee… Montgomery County in Middle Tennessee… Stewart County in Middle Tennessee… Houston County in Middle Tennessee… Humphreys County in Middle Tennessee… At…