From looking at this tornado potential...it looks like areas in the SE KS and NE OK will be the most likely places to see the tornadoes and I agree with that reasoning and have agreed with it from the day we knew about this system. I expect to see 5-8 tornado reports from the Plains states today, but hail is going to be the primary threat.
As for as here...GREAT weather will continue for at least one more day before this same system comes through our region Thursday night. We here at the Highland Rim Station aren't forecasting any severe storms due to the model consistency of there being low amounts of instability and too it hitting overnight.
The high's today should easily hit the mid 70º mark today, and for November...that is just unheard of, but come this weekend, these 70º readings will feel like Florida weather cause we won't be in the 70's come this weekend...try more like mid 50's. At least we have ONE more day of nice weather.
Nashville: mid 70's (isolated upper 70's)
Clarksville: mid 70's
Cookeville: low to mid 70's
Columbia: mid 70's
Manchester: mid 70's