A Warm, Wet and Windy Wednesday is in store for us with scattered thunderstorms arriving later this afternoon around 4 p.m. The heaviest rain and strongest winds are expected between 5 & 9 p.m.
The storm system headed our way produced tornado warnings and watches earlier this morning in Tennessee and Kentucky. [VIDEO below] While the storm may not produce tornado warnings in our area, it will produce strong winds with gusts of 50-60 mph.
We are already under a Wind Advisory. Highs today: 68
Again the strongest storms and wind will occur this evening.
Thursday turns colder with temps dropping into the lower 40s. By Friday, the high temp will be even lower- around 36.
The next chance for SNOW: Tuesday!
Around 10:55, Polk County Police reported a funnel cloud. An F-2 tornado has been confirmed in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. Here's more on the Tennessee damage...