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Severe storms roll through overnight Wednesday

UPDATE: (11:45 p.m.)

Tornado Warning issued for Bedford, Coffee, Rutherford counties until 12:15 a.m.

Another tornado warning is issued for Coffee and Warren counties until 12:30 a.m.

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UPDATE: (11:35 p.m.)

Tornado Warning issued for Bedford, Marshall counties until midnight.

Severe thunderstorms warnings still in effect for much of Middle Tennessee with damaging straight line winds and hail.

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UPDATE: (11:06)

Tornado Warning issued for Williamson and Rutherford counties until 11:30 p.m.

Most counties still under severe thunderstorm warning.

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UPDATE (10:52 p.m.)

All tornado warnings have expired. Severe Thunderstorm warnings remain in effect until 11:15 p.m.


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UPDATE: (10:35 p.m.)

A severe thunder storm warning has been extended to 11 p.m in Davidson, Williamson, Dickson, Cheatham, Hickman counties.

If you're in these areas, take cover. NWS said wind speeds have been 50 to 60 MPH with these storms.

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UPDATE: (10:24 p.m.)

Tornado Warnings have been issued for Humphreys and Perry counties in Tennessee until 10:45 and for Henderson, Benton, Carroll, Decatur County until 10:30 p.m.

Several other middle Tennessee counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning or watch.

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SkyWatch 17 Meteorologist Melissa Schapiro said severe storms with heavy rains will move into middle Tennessee late Thursday night.

Storms are expected to move in between 9 p.m. to midnight.

The biggest threats with these storms are heavy rain and strong, gusty winds. Schapiro expects rain totals between a .5 inch to one inch of rain.

Viewers in Dickson, Tennessee sent in photos, videos of quarter-sized hail.


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