Clarksville area facing a chance of strong thunderstorms overnight

Pablo Tucker
March 20, 2020

A chance of rain will continue until around 5 p.m. This front stalls as it moves through, so don't expect a big influx of cooler, drier air.

The area in green has the highest chance of tornadic thunderstorms on Friday. It will be breezy with winds around 18 to 21 miles per hour.

It has been a dreary and damp day with highs near 40. Highs will be in the upper 70′s with very humid conditions as there is plenty of moisture being brought in by southerly flow.

Overnight tonight, rain and storms continue early, before transitioning into a rain/snow mix towards the north. Flow through the low and mid levels is forecast to be quite strong along and ahead of a cold front as the upper trough ejects northeastward.

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with areas or rain likely. Clouds and rain chances increase once again Sunday night into Monday. "At this time, any thunderstorms this weekend should not be strong or severe but this will need to be closely monitored as the late weekend event nears", the NWS added. Otherwise variably cloudy and quiet with highs in the 60s. Highs the 50s and 60s. Temperatures moderate back into the 70s and lower 80s by Wednesday.

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