Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Today – Hot, Small Chance of Isolated Shower – High 87°
There’s a really small chance a shower or non-severe thunderstorm will bubble up this afternoon somewhere in Middle Tennessee, and possibly here in Davidson/Williamson Counties. Otherwise, it’ll be partly sunny and hot.
Tuesday – Hot, Slightly Better Chance of Showers/Storms – Wake Up 68°, High 85°
Rain/T’Storm coverage over Middle Tennessee is expected to increase Tuesday, although the odds of us staying dry remain pretty good.
Rain chances increase late Tuesday night, into Wednesday.
Wednesday – Storms/Severe Weather Possible – Wake Up 63°, High 75°
Rain is likely. In addition, isolated to scattered storms are expected, some possibly severe. The main threat is large hail and damaging winds.
Right now, the tornado threat is minimal. The cold front is expected to arrive in the morning, allowing very little time for the atmosphere to heat up and destabilize. Right now (note: this may change) this looks to be a “low end” severe weather threat.
We expect 0.5″ to 1″ of rain through Wednesday.
Rain chances decrease dramatically after Thursday morning. High temps Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are not forecast to top 70°.
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