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In addition to the severe weather threat on Thursday, winds ahead of storms could be gusty. The shaded counties are in a wind advisory from noon Thursday until 9 PM Thursday. Winds will be sustained at 15-25 mph with gusts greater than 40 mph possible. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville
This is the approximate timing for severe storms on Thursday. Note that times are approximate and subject to change! #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. A chance of thunderstorms west after midnight. Patchy fog possible. Lows 57 to 61. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
Thursday: Showers and thunderstorms developing area-wide. Some storms severe...especially west of I-65. Damaging wind, large hail and tornadoes are all possible. Highs 75-79. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
Thursday afternoon's Advanced Online Spotter Class has been rescheduled due to severe weather. We pushed it back one week. It is now Thursday, April 6th at 1 pm. Sign up now for FREE by going to www.weather.gov/ohx/skywarn. "See" you there! #tnwx

 

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Middle Tennessee Weather History

On March 29, 1902...
The Duck River at Shelbyville reaches its highest stage ever recorded -- 43.4', which is 18.4' above flood stage. Significant flooding occurs throughout the town. Homes never before reached by water are submerged, many of them up to the second story. Many families are rescued by boat. A steel bridge across Duck River is swept away during the evening.