Flash Flooding

From a round of severe thunderstorms to flash flood warnings, it was nothing short of busy in the weather center this afternoon! Good news, all severe thunderstorm warnings have officially expired.

Flash Flood Warnings remain in effect for…

Sumner and Wilson counties until 6:00 pm

Davidson and Cheatham counties until 6:15 pm


Sometimes us meteorologists use phrases or terms, the public is unsure of. Here’s the cause and effect of a flash flood…


Not something to mess with! Please do not attempt to drive or walk through water covered roads. The eye cannot see the depth of water on the road and it only takes 1-2 feet of water to carry most vehicles away. Only six inches can sweep you off your feet!

Showers and thunderstorms have diminished in number and have backed off in intensity. A few heavy downpours remain, indicated by the RED on the radar…all on an east southeasterly path…


Here’s a check on rainfall totals…


Peace and quiet takes over Nashville, even a bit of sunshine. We’ll take it!VIDEO TVI

temperatures reflect areas that are seeing more sunshine (upper 80s)versus areas that had a fair share of clouds and rainfall (upper 70s)…WSMV DMA TEMPS ZOOM1_EffectSquiggle Autoplot

Dew point news: very muggy! I wish I could say I see relief on the way but humidity is here to stay in the week ahead..WSMV DMA DEWPOINT STILL1

After the few storms we see fizzle out, tonight is looking mighty fine. Rain-free, warm and humid with lows dropping down into the lower 70s…


Monday morning will be overall peaceful for the commute to work. You may catch a round of patchy fog but the roads remain dry. I have a 30% for spotty showers and thunderstorms mainly during the afternoon to early evening. A very summer-like typical pattern for this time of year…DD RPM 4KM EVENING2DD RPM 4KM EVENING4DD RPM 4KM EVENING9

I bumped rain chances up to a 50% on Fourth of July. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be likely, with occasional downpours.7 Day PM

I’ll dive further in depth with the timing coming up on Channel 4 at 10 tonight! Hope you join the fun!

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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