Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loops
Today – Rain Tonight – High 66
Although we expected a cloudier morning, the ETA for rain remains 7 PM tonight.
Located to our south is a storm system spinning around a low pressure center. This will travel north and deliver rain and thunderstorms tonight.
Severe weather is possible with this system in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama today.
(Follow @spann in Alabama).
Although a few thunderstorms are possible in Middle Tennessee, the closest “severe” hazard to Davidson or Williamson County is a 5% wind threat, which, while close to us, does not include us:
A lot of rain is on the way:
Rain will continue through Monday morning, ending sometime mid-day. Rain could linger into Monday night. By then, we should have collected over 1″.
“Mom/Dad, am I going to have my baseball game Monday night?”
“No way. Sorry.”
Extended NWS Forecast
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