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Last Map Update: Thu, Jun. 29, 2017 at 2:28:32 am CDT

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TONIGHT: Mostly clear skies. A bit warmer than the past few nights with lows mainly in the upper 60s. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
THURSDAY: Partly sunny skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the morning. A chance of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. Highs mainly in the mid 80s. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 60s to low 70s. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
While ALL of Middle Tennessee will be able to view some portion of the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21st, the map depicts the Path of Totality or the areas that will be able to view 100% the Total Solar Eclipse. The red or center line of the path demarks the locations of the where the total solar eclipse will occur for the longest period of time. #Nashville #Crossville #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville
Climate data for June 29th. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville

 

 

 

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Middle Tennessee Weather History

On June 28, 1928...
A severe weather outbreak produces 5 tornadoes across Middle Tennessee, beginning on the afternoon of the 28th, and continuing into the next morning. All tornadoes are classified as F2. One person is killed in Davidson County. Another 38 injuries are reported overall.