1. One Last Shot of Rain/Storms. By mid afternoon, the cold front had crossed the Ohio River, reached the Kentucky side of the Land Between the Lakes, and continued its march our way. The cold front is setting off rain showers and a few thunderstorms ahead of the front. Strong winds and lightning are the main concern; otherwise, there isn’t much to this.
We’ll update any strong/severe thunderstorms on Twitter @NashSevereWx.
2. Cooler Temps. Say goodbye to the 90s. Tuesday’s high is 83. Tomorrow night, we may even dip down into the upper 50s.
We will gradually warm from the low 80s Tuesday into the upper 80s by the weekend, but the dewpoint will be taking a nose-dive into the upper 50s/low 60s. Humidity won’t be a problem this week.
It’ll be awesome, like this:
3. Dry Spell. Our NWS forecasts dry weather “at least through Sunday,” courtesy of a strong upper level high pressure system, which will swat away all nefarious weather systems.
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