Multiple rounds of rain across Middle Tennessee through Monday

Multiple rounds of rain across Middle Tennessee through Monday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A near-washout of a weekend is ahead for Middle Tennessee & Southern Kentucky. Along with the rain will be embedded thunderstorms. The overall severe risk will be low, but it could be noisy at times, especially in the overnight hours.

Weather setup

A moisture-filled southwest upper air flow will bring multiple rounds of rain and storms through Monday.

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Rain amounts could top three inches in a few locations.

WKRN Future Rainfall: from Friday 2/9 to Tuesday 2/13.
WKRN Future Rainfall: from Friday 2/9 to Tuesday 2/13.

Let’s dive deeper into each day.

Friday

The Storm Prediction Center has a level 1/5 Marginal Risk of severe storms in Southern Kentucky (west of I-65) back to NW Tennessee. This will be valid overnight into Saturday morning where a few stronger storms could produce gusty winds and hail. Tornado threat in this area is very low (but not zero).

  • WKRN Storm Threats by county: Valid Friday 2/9 - Saturday 2/10.
    WKRN Storm Threats by county: Valid Friday 2/9 - Saturday 2/10.

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Overnight, rain increases across all of our area with thunderstorms. As mentioned above, a few storms could briefly turn strong or severe in our north/northwest counties. Overall, general rain & storms are expected into Saturday morning.

Saturday

Rain will continue for most locations on Saturday. The intensity will waiver from time to time, and become steady on Saturday late afternoon and evening for all of the region. Rain at times with a few storms. Temperatures on Saturday reach the upper 50s to lower 60s. A cold front will move in Saturday evening into Sunday morning.

  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 1 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 1 PM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 5 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 5 PM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 9 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Saturday 2/10/24 at 9 PM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 12 AM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 12 AM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 5 AM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 5 AM.

Sunday & Monday

Rain ends Sunday morning as our wind turns northerly with the cold front from Saturday. Dry time is most likely throughout the day Sunday, with some peeks of sun possible. By Sunday evening & night, rain overtakes our area once again, and will continue into Monday.

  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 9 AM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 9 AM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 4 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 4 PM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 9 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Sunday 2/11/24 at 9 PM.

On Monday, a low-pressure center will move across Middle Tennessee, increasing the wind gusts, continuing the rain chances, and giving us a range of temperatures, with temperatures falling into the afternoon & evening.

  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 6 AM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 6 AM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 9 AM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 9 AM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 3 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 3 PM.
  • WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 9 PM.
    WKRN Future Tracker: Valid Monday 2/12/24 at 9 PM.

In total, rain amounts look to be the highest east of I-65 and south of I-40. Drier conditions arrive on Tuesday & Wednesday (Valentine’s Day).

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