Warm, Wet, Weekend Storms (Strong/Severe)

Latest Official Hourly Observation:

Tonight – Cool & Cloudy – Overnight Low 47

We’ll be 15 degrees warmer than normal tonight. Clouds are gathering ahead of the big rain/storm system moving in tomorrow and over the weekend.

Friday – Rain –  Morning Low 47 / Afternoon High 65

6a 49 . 9a 54 . 12p 62 . 3p 64 . 6p 63 . 9p 61

I’m jealous of all of you in Nashville. I’m freezing here in Canada.

(Editor’s Note: let’s all laugh at The Intern).

We could see a few light showers early in the day, but most of the rain will arrive overnight and through the rest of the weekend.

Hi-Res NAM model Friday 4 am – 1 pm:

Saturday – Rain, Thunderstorms Late (Some Strong, Possibly Severe)  Morning Low 58 / Afternoon High 73

6a 59 . 9a 64 . 12p 70 . 3p 72 . 6p 69 . 9p 67

Very warm and windy day. It’ll feel like storms are coming. And they will be.

Winds could gust as high as 30+ mph.

SPC (Storm Prediction Center) does NOT include Nashville in its “Slight” risk outlook for Saturday.

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However, there’s still a 5% chance of severe weather happening within 25 miles of you, most likely early Sunday morning. Main threat will be damaging winds.

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Hi-Res NAM model Friday 11 pm – Sunday 12 am :

Our NWS thinks 3+ inches of rain is not out of the question.

WPC (Weather Prediction Center) has us right under 3 inches of rain through Sunday at noon:


Official NWS forecast:

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