Another round of severe weather is possible in Nashville and across Middle Tennessee on Wednesday.
Potential storms will be possible across the region from around 3 to 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
“The main concerns will be damaging straight line winds of 60 mph or more and an isolated tornado,” NWS Nashville said in a forecast released early Wednesday morning. 
Around 1-2 inches of rain are expected, so flooding is not likely, the forecast said.
The northern portion of Middle Tennessee is under a marginal risk (level 1 of 5) for severe weather, including Clarksville and parts of Nashville north of I-40. Areas like Franklin, Murfreesboro, McMinnville and Crossville are under a slight risk (level 2 of 5). The southwestern portion of the region, including Columbia, is under an enhanced risk (level 3 of 5).  
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Molly Weisner is a digital producer for the USA Today network. Find her on twitter @molly_weisner.