March 28: A Calm Couple of Days, Daily Links


Tons of severe weather reports from yesterday’s storms — the National Weather Service will be out doing damage assessments today, so some of these “W” symbols in Decatur, Perry and Lewis counties could change to tornado icons:

But the last of the storms are gone, and we get to enjoy a couple of calm days today and tomorrow.  Lots of cloud cover through midday today, with an isolated shower still possible in eastern Middle Tennessee, then partial clearing will kick in this afternoon.  Temperatures will top out around 70° today:

We’ll drop to around 50° tonight:

A mix of clouds and sunshine Wednesday, with highs in the upper 70s:

Another chance of strong to severe thunderstorms heads our way late Thursday and Thursday night.  The Storm Prediction Center has outlined an “Enhanced Risk” (level 3 of 5) for severe storms just to our west and southwest, with the Midstate included in a “Slight Risk” (level 2 of 5):

There’s still significant uncertainty regarding the timing, placement and strength of the severe weather threat, so stay plugged into the forecast for changes.

After some lingering showers Friday, the weekend is looking nice!  Partly cloudy skies both Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the 70s:



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