Topic: Jackson County
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that on Thursday, March 19th, 2020 at 4:22pm CDT, Doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm 14 miles north of Dickson, moving northeast at 50 mph.
Winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with this storm.
There will be a low-end severe weather threat after midnight for Clarksville-Montgomery County and portions of Middle Tennessee.
Nashville, TN – More than 160 Tennessee National Guardsmen are aiding communities that were most impacted after multiple tornadoes ravaged central Tennessee overnight March 2nd, 2020.
“The Tennessee National Guard has over 12,000 Soldiers and Airmen and we are prepared to activate every single one of them if our help is needed,” said Maj. Gen. Jeff Holmes, Tennessee Adjutant General. “The Tennessee National Guard is always ready and willing to help our fellow Tennesseans in any way that we can.”
Nashville, TN – Soldiers and Airmen from the Tennessee National Guard have been activated in response to the EF3 tornado that struck Davidson County, Wilson County, and Putnam County in the early morning of March 3rd, 2020.
Currently, personnel from the Tennessee Air Guard’s 118th Mission Support Group, based at Berry Field, have moved 2-100KW generators to support a water treatment facility in Jackson County. These generators restore power to critical infrastructure, while permanent power is unavailable.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports strong to isolated severe storms will be possible late this afternoon into this evening for Clarksville-Montgomery County.
The main area of focus will be along and west of I-65 where large hail, damaging winds and even a tornado may be possible between 3:00pm and 10:00pm.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that river and creeks will remain elevated for the next few days due to heavy rainfall and runoff. This could impact some low-lying areas and low water crossings.
Elevated water levels are expected to last until Wednesday.
The Flood Advisory is extended for the Cumberland River at Clarksville until Monday morning.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a flood watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee. The flood watch will be in effect from 3:00pm until late tonight.
Rainfall rates of 2 inches in an hour can be expected this afternoon and evening when a line of storms moves through the mid-state. Total rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches, with locally heavier amounts possible, will lead to an increasing threat of flash flooding in the watch area this evening.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Clarksville-Montgomery County, Northern Dickson County, Northern Cheatham County and Robertson County. A Tornado Watch is in effect until 1:00pm CST for Clarksville-Montgomery County and Middle Tennessee.
At 8:08am CST, severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Elkton Kentucky to 10 miles north of Dickson, moving northeast at 60 mph.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flood Watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County and portions of Middle Tennessee that is in effect from Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 at 12:00pm CT until January 3rd, 6:00pm CT.
The first storm system of 2020 will bring more moderate to heavy rain to Middle Tennessee on Thursday and Friday, with rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches expected. This rainfall falling so soon after the recent heavy rain last Sunday could lead to more flooding across the area.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Clarksville-Montgomery County and several areas across Middle Tennessee.
Patchy dense fog has developed across Middle Tennessee leading to visibilities less than one quarter mile in some locations. Patchy dense fog is expected to linger through the rest of the night and dawn hours.
Caution should be used if travel is planned tonight as visibilities may quickly be reduced to less than one quarter mile.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a flash flood watch for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as a portion of Middle Tennessee.
At 1:18pm CT, Doppler radar was tracking strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 9 miles southeast of Clarksville to 10 miles north of Dickson. Movement was northeast at 45 mph.
Torrential rainfall is also occurring with these storms, and may lead to localized flooding. Do not drive your vehicle through flooded roadways.
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