Severe Storms. Large Hail & Possible Tornadoes Expected Wednesday
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Severe Thunderstorms Possible Wednesday Into Wednesday Night…
A Powerful Storm System Will Move Across The Region Wednesday Into Wednesday Night… Bringing Several Rounds Of Showers And Thunderstorms To Robertson County and Middle Tennessee. Unusually Warm And Humid Conditions Ahead Of The System Will Set The Stage For Some Thunderstorms To Be Strong Or Even Severe From Wednesday afternoon to midnight.
Damaging Winds… Large Hail… deadly lightning, heavy rainfall (2 to 6 inches possible) that could lead to flash flooding and possible Tornadoes are all threats with this system. Tennessee Emergency Management Agency advises, “Remember to Turn Around, Don’t Drown, instead of trying to drive or walk through any high water.”
What is Severe Weather?
The National Weather Service defines a severe thunderstorm as any storm that produces one or more of the following elements:
Damaging winds or speeds of 58 mph (50 knots) or greater.
Hail 1 inch in diameter or larger.
The SPC further defines significant severe thunderstorms as any storm that produce one or more of the following elements:
A tornado that produces EF2 or greater damage.
Wind speeds of 75 mph (65 knots) or greater.
Hail 2 inch in diameter or larger.
Middle Tn will experience near-record high temperatures for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Light showers will also be expected for Christmas Day.
If you will be travelling for the holidays or planning any last minute errands, please go over weather shelter and emergency plans with family and stay safe.
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