The tornado watch for the Tennessee Valley has been allowed to expire as the threat of rotating storms continues to diminish.
While a watch is no longer in effect, it is important to remain weather aware through the overnight hours. While this first line continues to track east, there is the threat of a second round of showers and storms overnight.
The line of showers and storms will continue to track east through Tuesday afternoon and evening. This is associated with a strong front that has already brought severe weather for portions of Mississippi.
A second line of showers and storms is forecast to track through the area overnight. The main threats during this time period will be strong winds and locally heavy rain. The tornado threat will remain on the lower end. Stick with the Weather Authority for the latest.