Strong to severe storms arrive Tuesday evening

Strong to severe storms arrive Tuesday evening

Strong to severe storms arrive Tuesday evening

While the higher risk area is south of MI, still be prepared for heavy rain and strong wind gusts Tuesday evening.

Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s and low 80s ahead of the front.

But as a warm front lifts north through the state, we will begin to see the temperatures surge through the day on Tuesday, as well as see the available moisture increase too.

Hurt said the timetable for the severe weather potential moving out of the area would be between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. Wednesday. South to southwest winds will increase Tuesday morning up to 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts of 35 to 45 miles per hour at times. These storms will be capable of strong winds, some hail and an outside chance of a quick spin-up tornado within the line.

While widespread severe weather is not likely, there is the threat of severe damaging wind gusts with this squall line. As it moves eastward, plentiful moisture and warmth will surge back into the area Tuesday afternoon.

In the event of severe weather, have your phone called up to our TEXT ALERTS to follow the storm if you aren't able to watch on air or if the power goes out.

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The National Weather Service is forecasting the storms to affect Rutherford County between 8-10pm.

Rain should end by late evening, with just some patchy drizzle for a while during the overnight hours.

However, a few tornadoes are possible.

Low temperatures expected to fall into the low to mid-30s!

As always with severe weather, I always mention to stay tuned, and this is no different. Lows on Saturday night will be near freezing in many areas. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible Friday afternoon, and the forecast now includes a 40% chance of rain.

Much of Tuesday will actually be quiet and dry.

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