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Severe Risk Sunday from Northeast Texas to the Tennessee Valley

6 Oct 2019, 4:21 am

A cold front pushing east through the Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys will be the focus for showers and storms today. Some storms could be severe and the risk for heavy rain will also be possible. Here is the very latest.

Severe Outlook

Isolated severe storms in the forecast today from Northeast Texas through the Tennessee Valley.  Cities like Dallas and Nashville will need to be weather aware today.

Severe Risks

The main risks with today’s severe weather will be large hail and damaging winds. Hail up to 1″ in diameter is possible along with wind gusts up to 58 mph.


The timing for today’s storms will be throughout the morning and into the afternoon.  The rain will be very heavy and that will impact any travel on the roadways with low visibility and ponding.

Rainfall Potential

Check out the heavy rainfall potential for Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.  Be on alert for flash flood watches being issued for these areas today.


More updates for today’s severe weather chances are on the way on WeatherNation.

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