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SPC's Severe Weather Outlook for Wednesday Across Middle Tennessee. Main time frame for severe thunderstorm development: 6 AM - 6 PM. Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Possible. Damaging winds the main concern. A few tornadoes and large hail can not be totally ruled out. Some of the stronger thunderstorms will produce brief heavy rainfall, but no organized flooding potential anticipated at this time. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville #SevereWeatherSafety
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Climate data for February 27th. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with showers likely and possibly a few rumbles of thunder west of I-65. Low temperatures will range from near 50 Plateau...the lower to mid 50s elsewhere. #tnwx #Nashville#Clarksville#Crossville
Tuesday: Showers and thunderstorms likely. High temperatures will range from 65 to 70 Plateau...70 to 75 elsewhere. #tnwx#Nashville#Clarksville #Crossville
Temperatures becoming even warmer with increasing chances of light to moderate showers, with thunderstorms developing Tuesday into Wednesday, is the expected weather across Middle Tennessee for the first half of the work week. As a strong frontal system develops across the southern and central plains and pushes closer to the mid state region during the overnight hours Tue night and into Wednesday, some strong to severe thunderstorms could be possible. Main concerns with any severe thunderstorms that do develop will be damaging winds, although large hail, the formation of a few tornadoes, and brief heavy rainfall associated with the stronger thunderstorms can not totally be ruled out. A significant air mass change will be in store for the mid state after this strong surface frontal passage, as strong surface high pressure influences from the Rockies build into our region. Temperatures will return to seasonal normal values. As these high pressure influences slowly shift eastward over the upcoming weekend, temperatures will warm up again to several degrees above seasonal normal values over the upcoming weekend too. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville #Weekly #Severeweathersafety

 

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Middle Tennessee Weather History

On February 27, 1902...
Nashville's sea-level pressure drops to 29.02" -- the lowest barometric pressure ever recorded.