National Weather Service suggests ‘severe weather’ will miss Murfreesboro

With cold fronts moving in, the likelihood for severe storms is likely across the mid-state this afternoon heading into this evening. That means that there is a chance that damage may happen to the homes in the pathway of the storm, if this does happen, using professional services such as a roofing company Raleigh like will be the best way in securing the home afterward in case of the potential of other damaging weather that may follow in the aftermath. Residents will need to keep numbers/contact information, of local repair services that they can use if they have any damage.

For Murfreesboro however, the National Weather Service meteorologist suggests that the bulk of the severe weather won’t hit the city directly, but the chance is there. At this time, there are no tornado watches on deck, according to the meteorologist, but the cold front moving from back towards the Tennessee River gives chances of more dangerous weather in surrounding counties.

The meteorologist says the Weather Service doesn’t see severe weather in the Murfreesboro area, as the instability of the storms due to showers moving through should prevent anything major heading into the later parts of Thursday.

There are projected showers for much of the rest of the day heading into tonight, and thunderstorms heading in to early Friday.

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