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June 19, 2019 Severe Storms

The last half of June 2019 saw a 9 day stretch of near-daily severe storms across Middle Tennessee, with widespread damaging winds, scattered large hail, and 5 tornadoes impacting the area. The most damaging events occurred on Wednesday June 19th, Friday June 21st, and Thursday, June 27th. During the first event in this severe storm sequence, scattered multicell and supercell thunderstorms affected much of Middle Tennessee during the afternoon and evening hours on June 19th. One supercell produced a brief EF-0 tornado that was captured on video in southern Montgomery County, and large hail up to half dollar size fell in Brentwood (northern Williamson County). Two very damaging microbursts struck the Thompson's Station and Spring Hill areas of southern Williamson County, as well as the Murfreesboro area in central Rutherford County.  

Sam Shamburger, Lead Forecaster

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