Updated: September 4, 2017


THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS CONFIRMED THAT FOUR TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE THIS PAST WEEK AS STORMS MOVED REMNANTS OF HURRICANE HARVEY THROUGH THE AREA ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.

ACCORDING TO MEDIA REPORTS, TWO TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN IN DAVIDSON COUNTY, IN THE NASHVILLE AREA, REGISTERING AT 75 MPH AND 95 MPH AND CAUSED DAMAGE TO A WAREHOUSE, FLIPPED A TRACTOR TRAILER, REMOVED PART OF A ROOF FROM A HOUSE AND SNAPPED OR UPROOTED TREES. THE TORNADO THAT RIPPED THROUGH MAURY COUNTY NEAR MT. PLEASANT REACHED 75 MPH WINDS REMOVING SHEET METAL FROM FARM STORAGE BUILDINGS. AND THE FOURTH, WHICH WAS JUST CONFIRMED, IN PERRY COUNTY NEAR LINDEN REACHED MAXIMUM SPEEDS OF 80 MPH, BLOWING A PORCH AND METAL ROOF OFF A HOUSE AND TOOK DOWN SEVERAL TREES.