Update: Two rounds of strong thunderstorms anticipated on Tuesday

Scott County and the northern Cumberland Plateau region remains under a "slight risk" for severe weather on Tuesday, though an "enhanced risk" of severe weather is creeping closer and closer — now extending as far northeast as near Cookeville. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., says this about tomorrow's severe weather threat: "Widespread strong to...

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Update: Severe thunderstorms possible Tuesday

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible across the northern Cumberland Plateau region and much of Tennessee on Tuesday, ahead of an approaching cold front. The...

Eye to the Sky: A slight risk of severe weather Tuesday

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