Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS Nashville, TN

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Hydrologic Outlook
National Weather Service Nashville TN
334 PM CDT Sun May 27 2018

...Remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto to Soak the Mid-State
Tuesday and Wednesday...

The remnants of Subtropical Storm Alberto will move across Middle
Tennessee Tuesday and Wednesday, and bring along some heavy
downpours. Since the low pressure center is still expected to
track close to Interstate 65, it looks like the heaviest rainfall
will occur over western sections of the Mid-State, generally between
Interstate 65 and the Tennessee River. This includes areas
around Nashville, Clarksville, Dickson, Columbia and Waynesboro.

Between two and three inches of rain are likely to fall over
western Middle Tennessee Tuesday and Wednesday, with locally
higher amounts to around four inches.

Training of heavy showers will be likely, especially Tuesday
afternoon and Tuesday night, and this will produce the possibility
of localized flooding. In addition, heavy rain amounts will cause
some creeks and streams in the Mid-State to run near bankfull.
Right now it looks like the heaviest rains will occur over western
Middle Tennessee. However, if the track of the low pressure system
shifts further to the east, the area of heaviest rains will shift
eastward as well.


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