After a rather busy Monday with a couple of rounds of severe storms, the remainder of the work week is looking nice and quiet. Most of the severe weather associated with the storms, Monday, across the Tennessee Valley was related to damaging winds; however, there was a report of a possible tornado that touched down south of the community of Tullahoma in Franklin County, Tennessee. This storm is to blame for the death of a gentleman while injuring others.
The Tennessee Valley was not the only part of the nation to be impacted by severe weather, Monday. Severe storms with damaging winds impacted the Mid-Mississippi Valley, Ohio Valley and into the Appalachians, as well. While further north, several reports of very heavy rainfall and flash flooding occurred.
The good news is the remainder of the work week looks very quiet and rather pleasant. It will be quite a bit cooler with nearly seasonal temperatures, Tuesday. Cool, crisp mornings will continue through midweek but afternoon high temperatures will again gradually climb through the 60s to near 70!
Another robust storm system sets its aim to the center of the nation by late week and into the Tennessee Valley by Saturday. It will bring yet another threat for strong to severe thunderstorms with it.
Tennessee Valley Day-By-Day Forecast
TuesdaySunny and Much Cooler
Low: 39 High: 60 (Winds NE 5)
Passing High Cloudiness
Low: 39 High: 66 (Winds Light and Variable)
Low: 40 High: 69 (Winds SSE 5-15)
Variably Cloudy, Breezy and Mild with a Slight Chance for Showers (20%)
Low: 50 High: 70 (Wind S 10-15)
Mostly Cloudy and Windy with a chance for strong thunderstorms (40%)
Low: 52 High: 72 (Wind SW to NW 15-25)
Cloudy and Colder with a few showers possible (20%)
Low: 38 High: 52 (Wind NNW 10-15)
Low: 32 High: 56 (Wind E-SE 5)
Clouds Gradually Increasing
Low: 39 High: 65 (Wind S 5-10)
Partly Cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms (30%)
Low: 50 High: 70 (Wind SSW 10-15)
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