Calm After the Storm

Welcome back, sunshine! A picturesque start to our morning, Nashville — peace and beauty after the storm…

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As you may already know, a round of severe thunderstorms marched through Middle Tennessee last night, bringing numerous reports of large hail and damaging winds across the Mid State, especially south of I-40.

W =damage caused by wind and H = reports of hail

Quite a mess!

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Here’s the good news this morning — a smooth sailing radar update for most. The tail end moisture of a passing cold front fuels light misty showers over our southwestern counties, around Lawrenceburg. Not long before it fizzles out.VIDEO RADAR

Northeasterly winds pick up behind the cold front, with gusts up to 20 mph this morning. This will make our unseasonably daytime highs in the upper 50s FEEL even cooler….

daphne RPM WIND GUSTS

Below average temperatures will be very short-lived, though. Check out my forecast highs for the remainder of the week into next weekend. Starting tomorrow, each and every day ABOVE our average high of 63 degrees. DAPHNE TEMPERATURE BAR GRAPH COLD

Peace and quiet before our next chance for showers and storms arrive as soon as Saturday. Some storms could be strong to severe so you’ll want to stay tuned for updates.

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One way to prepare is with our handy ‘WSMV WX’ free app. This will keep you ahead of the storm and notify you with alerts you need to know when you’re maybe on the go!DT_WSI Digital Devices

Another way to keep you ahead of the storm is to come out and join your 4WARN weather team with this years Surviving the Storm, our severe weather safety program to help you prepare. We play games and give out fun prizes, while showing you the best plan of action. Hope you join us!

WSMV SURVIVING THE STORM Single

Here’s a peak at your 7-Day forecast and what I’ll be timing out coming up on Channel 4 at noon today!7 Day AM

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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One Response to Calm After the Storm

  1. Red at night sailors delight. Red in the morning sailors take warning.

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