Clean-up continued Thursday after thunderstorms moved through Wilson County with lightning likely sparking a fire at a home in Mt. Juliet.
Be careful if you are out and about this afternoon as the heat index should be between 102-105 degrees.
A severe thunderstorm warning for southeastern Wilson County has been extended until 2:45 p.m. by the National Weather Service Office in Old Hickory.
Severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday afternoon and tonight, said National Weather Service Office meteorologists, for areas located along and north of Interstate 40.
Meteorologists are urging everyone not to be scared but rather be prepared if severe weather threatens as expected in the Mid-state now through Tuesday.
A killing freeze is expected late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning in Wilson County with the low temperature dropping to the upper 20s overnight.
Don’t let down your guard if you must be out on the roadways later today and tonight as refreezing is expected to occur, once again causing patches of black ice.
Wilson County could see a dusting of snow Tuesday night which could cause hazardous conditions on roadways on Wednesday morning.
National Weather Service Office meteorologists have updated the forecast for Tuesday night into Wednesday and it now looks like there is only a potential for a dusting of snow in the eastern part of Wilson County.
A Winter Weather Advisory for all of Middle Tennessee, including Wilson County, has been cancelled by the National Weather Service Office in Old Hickory, but a Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect from midnight, Sunday, until 8 a.m., Tuesday.
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