Nashville Emergency Operations Center deactivates after storms

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The Nashville Emergency Operations Center deactivated at 6:30 p.m. Monday.


The Nashville Emergency Operations Center will partially activate on Monday due to the threat of severe storms.

Large hail, tornadoes and damaging winds are the biggest threats for the storms from early afternoon through evening. A tornado watch has since been issued for most of middle Tennessee, including the Metro Nashville area until 11 p.m. on Monday. CLICK HERE for the latest forecast details.

The Nashville EOC will partially activate at noon. The Nashville-Metro area is currently in an enhanced risk for severe weather. The biggest potential for severe weather to hit the greater Davidson area is from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

NERVE (Nashville Emergency Response Viewing Engine) will also activate at noon. NERVE is an interactive map for up-to-date information during emergency situations. Click here for the NERVE map.

Metro Schools are dismissing students three and a half hours before regular dismissal time. They join several other middle Tennessee schools closing early. Click here for the latest list.

Stay weather aware with the FREE SkyWatch17 Weather apps for iPhone and Android. See an emergency contact list here.

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