Neat reflectivity loop of a storm near Nashville

Below is a reflectivity loop of a weak storm that developed near downtown Nashville earlier Wednesday evening.  The imagery is from TBNA, a terminal doppler radar located in far northeast Williamson county.  This radar is owned by the FAA, and what's really nice about this radar is that we can view minute-by-minute reflectivity imagery and really see how a storm can evolve quite quickly.  This storm fully developed in about 30 minutes, moved southeast at about 25 mph, and dissipated within another 30 minutes.  Enjoy!  #middletnwx

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