Showers & Thunderstorms

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Current Radar Loop

Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

TonightIncreasing Clouds – 10 PM Temp 74

Showers and thunderstorms are getting closer, but we’ll stay dry tonight.

visble sat

This satellite image (taken at 2:15 PM) shows the approaching rain/storm system.

Friday  Showers & Thunderstorms – Wake Up  67High 79

A weak line of rain/storms should be crossing the Mississippi River into Tennessee by 1 AM, and the rain will start falling for us in Nashville between 7:00 – 10:00 AM. Severe weather isn’t expected with this.

The above TechnoFutureRadarCast loop is from 10 PM Thursday through 1 AM Saturday.

A line of stronger storms should push through by dinnertime on Friday. These storms are not currently forecast to be severe for Davidson and Williamson Counties . . .

spc day 2

. . . but this may change. Be #weatheralert.

Through 7 AM Saturday, we expect 0.5″ of rain.

Saturday Scattered Showers & Thunderstorms – Wake Up 64, High 79

Off and on scattered showers and thunderstorms will be an ongoing annoyance for Saturday morning into much of the afternoon.

spc day 3

It looks like rain chances will decrease throughout the day; however, we can’t say whether it will rain between X and Y on Saturday. We’ll have a better handle on that late tomorrow night and early Saturday morning, when the more reliable (but not perfect) short range weather models get “in range.”

Here’s to hoping the #snowdome has become the #raindome for Saturday’s Steeplechase/weddings/ball games/poetry readings/marriage proposals/”fun” runs/etc. Total rainfall forecast after 7 AM Saturday: 0.09″ to 0.17″.

Bust out the ponchos and rain boots… it could be a soggy one!


More rainy days ahead.

I leave you with something cool:

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