A Flash Flood Warning is in effect for the Clarksville area until 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Heavy rain continues to fall in the Clarksville area this morning as a slow moving cold front moves through the area. Total rainfall so far today is in the two to three inch range, with another one to two inches of rain expected. When traveling today, be aware of poor drainage and commonly flooded areas as flash flooding is expected. The rain will begin to let up this afternoon as the front moves through the area. Skies will clear tonight and temperatures will drop into the middle twenties. A few more waves will move along the front and will bring more precipitation to the area Monday and Tuesday evenings. With the cold air in the area, some of the precipitation will be snow and some icy areas are possible each night. No snow accumulations are expected though with the wintry precipitation. Looking to the rest of the workweek, skies are expected to clear with temperatures remaining near average in the middle forties.
Here is the Clarksville area forecast:
Sunday: Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Rain may be heavy at times. Chance of precipitation 90%. High: 52
Sunday night: Scattered showers early, otherwise clearing skies. Chance of precipitation 50%. Low: 24
Monday: Increasing clouds with isolated rain and snow showers, mainly in the evening. Chance of precipitation 40%. High: 38
Monday night: Partly cloudy with a few snow showers. Little to no snow accumulation expected. Chance of precipitation 30%. Low: 26
Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds with isolated showers, mixing with snow overnight. Chance of precipitation 30%. High: Lower 40s Low: Middle 20s
Wednesday: Mainly sunny. High: Middle 40s Low: Upper 20s