Most of Middle Tennessee, including all of Coffee County, has been placed under an "enhanced risk" of severe weather for Thursday, March 14, by the National Weather Service office in Nashville. 

According to NWS, the main threats will be straight-line winds, tornadoes and small hail. 

Timing can fluctuate, but as of early Thursday morning, NWS predicts severe weather could make its way into Coffee County anytime between 2-9 p.m.

To sign up for severe weather text alerts from the Manchester Times, text "MTBREAKING" (without the quote marks) to the number 74574 (message and data rates may apply, or click here. 


Josh has worked at the Times since 2005. He has been named "Top 25 Under 35" by Editor & Publisher Magazine & "Top 30 Under 30" by the National Newspaper Assoc. Enjoys running, UT Football, spending time with his wife, Holly, and 2 kids Cole and Gracie.

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