Tonight – Some Thunderstorms Possible – High 90
To those who answered a call to defend our nation before and after the attacks: simply — thank you.
An outflow boundary is coming in from the north, due to a collapsing thunderstorm complex in Kentucky. It could set off some thunderstorms for us as it passes through. Keep an eye on Twitter @NashSevereWx for any development.
Here’s the HRRR model, Wednesday 4 PM – 11 PM:
Thursday – Incoming Cold Front With Showers; Heat Index 95 – High 91
7a 73 . 10a 82 . 1p 89 . 4p 90 . 7p 85 . 10p 76
Those who see rain Wednesday can expect fog in the morning.
This will be the last hot, humid day for at least the next few days. It may be the last 90s we will see until next year (OK, probably not).
The cold front will arrive late afternoon / early evening. More organized thunderstorms may accompany the front’s passage, during which time there is an elevated risk of severe weather. The strongest storms could produce damaging winds and large hail.
Hi-Res NAM models take on our frontal passage Thursday 3 PM – 11 PM:
SPC (Storm Prediction Center) gives us a 5% chance of severe weather occurring within 25 miles of you:
You’ll know the front will have passed when the wind turns from the SW to the N. Temps will drop, and drier air will spill in. (Editor’s Note: We’ll celebrate the front’s passage on Twitter).
Friday – “Amazingness” Begins; Mostly Sunny; Awesome HS Football Weather – High 82
7a 68 . 10a 72 . 1p 79 . 4p 80 . 7p 74 . 10p 64
The day will only get better as we go. Dew points will continue falling. Reminds me of my summer in Canada!
The Weekend – Sooooo Nice!
The high temp Saturday will be in the upper 70s. Sunday’s high will be in the low 80s. Lows will be in the 50s and 60s. The humidity will be gone. Grab a jacket y’all!
Categories: Forecast Blogs