Saturday, June 28, 2008

Evening Break; Tomorrow Morning's Storms

From now to about 3 tomorrow morning, most areas should remain mostly rain free, but after 3 a.m., things may get tricky. All of the rain stayed to the east of the I-65 corridor and now has formed a nice squall line over in eastern TN which has caused the NWS out of Morristown, too issue warnings from this line. There was one storm report and it came out of Rutherford County in the city of Murfreesboro. The report says that power poles were snapped, trees topped, and an out building destroyed. I'll be up for most of the night tonight following the incoming weather, and Matt may also be. Here's the forecasted high's and rain chances for these areas of Mid. TN tonight.

Nashville: upper 60's to low 70's; 70% chance after 3 a.m.
Clarksville: low 60's; 70% chance after 2 a.m.
Cookeville: mid to upper 60's; 70% chance after 5 a.m.
Columbia: upper 60's to low 70's; 70% chance after 3 a.m.
Manchester: upper 60's; 70% chance after 6 a.m.

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