A Putnam County teenager, who died Saturday on the Caney Fork River, was identified as Tyler Flanery, 18, of Putnam County.
Short bursts of heavy rain came in true spring style Monday, and residents of Wilson County could see much the same throughout this week with a chance for rain sticking in the forecast until Saturday.
A flash flood warning was issued for south-central Wilson County on Monday until 5 p.m.
The National Weather Service issued a freeze watch for Saturday morning at 1 a.m. until 8 a.m.
UPDATE 3: Severe thunderstorm warning extended until 10 p.m. with nickel sized hail and 60 mph winds possible.
Forecasters said damaging straight-line winds would be the biggest threat, while large hail and isolated tornadoes are also possible.
The National Weather Service issued an areal flood watch for Wilson County that will go into effect Wednesday at 7 p.m. and continue through Thursday at 7 p.m.
After enduring a wet weekend, Wilson Countians are in for more rain with precipitation likely until Friday.
Snowfall is not expected to exceed 1 inch in Wilson County, but any snow in the morning hours could affect traffic conditions during rush hour, forecasters said. The Upper Cumberland region could see snow accumulation of up to 2 inches.
The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for Monday until 11 p.m. for portions of Middle Tennessee, including Wilson County.
Wilson County Schools will close two hours early Monday due to the threat of severe weather expected to move through Middle Tennessee during afternoon hours.
National Weather Service forecasters expect severe thunderstorms could arrive in Wilson County Monday afternoon.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Sunday evening for Wilson County and the northern half of Middle Tennessee.
A light snow hit Wilson County Thursday morning.
National Weather Service Nashville meteorologists have issued a flood watch for Wilson County effective until Thursday at noon.