NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee could see scattered showers and storms on Monday afternoon.
The southern counties of Tennessee are more likely to receive threatening weather, but all sections of the state could see thunderstorms.
NewsChannel 5 meteorologist Lelan Statom said the primary threats are strong winds and large hail, but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
There were tornado warnings in effect in the counties to the west of Nashville on Sunday night as the storms were quickly developing and changing as they moved east. There were reports of some trees down in Perry County.
Highs on Monday will rise into the 80s, with the rain tapering off in the evening hours. The weather should calm down for Tuesday, and return to a dry and warmer pattern for the rest of the week.
Stay with NewsChannel 5 for the latest on the developing weather situation.