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A Flood Watch has been issued for portions of Middle TN for a good part of this week. 3 to 6 inches of rain between Wednesday and Saturday is expected between 2 weather systems on top of already saturated grounds. While isolated Flash Flooding is not out of the question Wednesday night or this weekend, area rivers and streams are going to be on the rise starting Wednesday night. Those who experienced flooding this past week and are in this Flood Watch need to pay special attention to rainfall accumulations as flooding is expected to return to those locations. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville
These totals are expected from today through Saturday night and are what led to the issuance of a Flood Watch for the rest of the week. #tnwx#middletnwx#Clarksville #Nashville#Crossville
TODAY: A Flood Watch goes into effect at noon for much of the western half of Middle Tennessee. A cold front will bring showers and isolated thunderstorms to the area today. Locally heavy downpours are possible. Temperatures ahead of the front will be in the mid 60s to mid 70s, with temperatures falling into the 50s and, in some cases, into the 40s, behind the front. By 9 am, temperatures are expected to be in the mid to upper 40s in extreme northwestern areas, while readings will be around 70 over extreme the extreme south. #tnwx #middletnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
TONIGHT: Flood Watch continues for most of the western half of Middle Tennessee, including the Nashville Metro area. Showers and isolated thunderstorms, some with heavy downpours that may cause localized flooding. Lows ranging from the middle to upper 40s northwest, to the lower and middle 60s south and east.
Thursday: A Flood Watch continues for much of the western half of the Mid-State. Showers and isolated thunderstorms, some with heavy downpours that may produce localized flooding. Highs ranging from the upper 50s in the northwest, to between 70 and 75 over southern and eastern sections. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
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On February 21, 1929...
Nashville receives 8" of snow, for a two-day total of 15". The entire event occurs during a 13-hour period.