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Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible during the day and again during the overnight hours across most of Middle Tennessee. Main threat will be strong to damaging wind gusts, large hail, and possible flash flooding. #tnwx #middletnwx #Nashville #Crossville #SevereWeatherSafety
Remainder of the Memorial Day Weekend Forecast. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
TONIGHT: Thunderstorms likely. Some could be severe. Lows 66 to 71. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
SUNDAY: Scattered to numerous thunderstorms. Highs 78 to 84. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Sunday Night: Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms. Some storms could be severe with damaging winds and large hail. Flash flooding will also be possible. A couple of tornadoes can not be ruled out also. Cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. Mild lows in the low to mid 60s. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville




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Middle Tennessee Weather History

On May 27, 1973...
Crossville measures 6.29" of rainfall -- its greatest one-day rainfall ever.

On May 27, 1991...
Cheatham Lock & Dam measures its greatest one-day rainfall, with 5.85".

On May 27, 2000...
F3 tornado hits Houston County, moving through Tennessee Ridge and Erin. Damages are estimated at $1.3 million. Roofs and walls of some well constructed homes are torn off. Many trees are snapped and blown down along with power lines. The Betty Ligon Pavillion in Erin is flattened. Fifty people require shelter at Erin. A storage trailer is moved 50 feet at Tennessee Ridge. Fortunately, there are no injuries or fatalities.