Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Today - Partly Cloudy & Chance For Showers - High 93
A weakening low that is situated over the Florida Panhandle will continue to influence our weather today. This low will create a slight chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms all day by pumping in ample amounts of moisture on a Southeasterly wind. Our best (slight) chance for rain will be in the afternoon and early evening. The National Weather Service believes the (slight) shower chances will end at 8 PM. In addition, the moisture in the air will make the heat index (real feel) close to 98 degrees.
Wednesday – Cold Front – Wake Up 73, High 93
We will be hot and humid once again but a cold front is poised to make its way through Middle Tennessee Wednesday night bringing a chance for showers and thunderstorms along with it. The NWS is forecasting the chance for showers and storms beginning during the afternoon hours ahead of the front. This chance will increase overnight to “thunderstorms likely” as the frontal boundary slides overhead.
The NAM’s Simulated Radar show a line of showers and storms in Nashville by 4 PM.
The rain will continue overnight and even intensify but no severe weather is anticipated by the SPC at this time.
Thursday – Lingering Showers, Partly Sunny – Wake Up 69, High 85
There will be some lingering showers Thursday morning but the NWS thinks most of them will cut off by 8 AM. Once the rain tappers off we will be cooler and drier under partly sunny skies.
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