Be sure to follow the WATE 6 On Your Side Storm Team:
Weather AWARE through Monday. Isolated storms could produce damaging wind, hail, and flooding before sunset but not likely. The same threats remain for Monday’s storms so we will remain weather AWARE.
Tonight (AWARE): A few storms possible early, then some patchy fog(40%). High: 87°
Tomorrow (AWARE): Early Fog, afternoon storms, some could be strong to severe (60%). High: 88°
Tuesday: Most of us stay dry with a mix of sun and clouds (20%). High: 87°
The weather pattern that has delivered these waves of rain and storms will be in place through Monday. This may provide us with a another round or two of strong to severe storms Monday afternoon. After Monday night our rain threat does trend down and by the middle of this week we will see a much drier weather pattern set up across the region.
The biggest impacts continue to be damaging wind, hail, and flooding in low-lying areas or poor drainage areas. Listen out for thunder if you have any outdoor plans!
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Get your weather radio programmed
The WATE 6 Storm Team will be on site to program your new Midland Weather Radio in Farragut.
Thursday, June 27th
Kroger Market Place
189 Brooklawn Street
The event will be 4-7 p.m.
The nation’s leader in weather alert radios, Midland radio allows you to program your radio for a single county or multiple counties.
You purchase the radio and a member of the 6 Storm team will program it for you.
Make plans now to get your weather radio soon. It’s safety made simple.
Midland Weather Radios and the WATE 6 Storm Team . . . . . on Your Side.