Tonight there is a 40% chance for scattered showers that could develop in the overnight. Should not be too much of a problem if you’re heading to the CMA Music Festival. No washout, just a little nuisance rain if anything does develop.
GFS model Thursday 1 PM – Friday 7 AM:
Friday – High 82
NWS is giving us a slight chance for shower. The models suggest we will be on the fringes of any showers that develop to our south. It’s a tricky forecast.
GFS (American) Model: Friday 7 AM – Saturday 7 AM:
Canadian model Friday 7 AM – Saturday 7 AM:
Hi-Res NAM Friday 7 AM – Friday 4 PM:
All the models are agreeing that there will be some form of rain around the lunch hour tomorrow near us – but will it actually reach us? Does not look like anything significant, but something we will be watching for you. Any showers and thunderstorms that develop should be a lot like those today. We are stuck between a weak cold front and Tropical Storm Andrea that is moving up the east coast.
Saturday – High 83
Rain chances are out of the picture. This will definitely be the best day for the CMA Music Festival – just a few lingering clouds. Temps won’t be too bad either, only getting into the low 70s around 10 PM.
Sunday – High 86
Won’t be quite as nice as Saturday, but still a pretty day to be out and about. Rain chances return during the wee hours of Monday morning.
Enjoy the CMA Music Festival, weekend, and check back for updates.
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