Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
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Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tonight – Lingering Showers & Cool – 10 PM Temp 63
The heaviest rain has pushed off to the East and the lingering showers are beginning to move East of I – 65 as well. The NWS thinks we will have a chance for more lingering showers until 1 AM. These showers will produce light rain and possible a few rumbles of thunder.
The RAP model shows the heavy showers moving past Davidson & Williamson Counties by about 1 AM.
This is the Quantitative Precipitation Forecast which forecasts future rainfall totals…
… predicts about half an inch more of rain here in Nashville from 7 PM tonight to 7 PM Thursday.
Thursday – Cool & Small Chance For Showers – Wake Up 54, High 63
The cold front will make its way through Middle Tennessee in the early morning hours which will knock our temps down quite a bit and dry us out as well.
We have a small risk for showers all day and as we move closer to the evening our chances become slight
Mostly cloudy skies and winds from 10 – 15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph through out the day.
.The mostly cloudy skies will hang with us over night but the winds will calm.
Friday – Cool & Slight Chance For Showers – Wake Up 46, High 65
Friday will be much like Thursday… We will have gusty winds, cooler temps and a slight chance for showers.
The only difference is that the sun will make an appearance under partly sunny skies!
We will become mostly cloudy over night and still have a slight chance for showers.
We can’t rule out rain during this term due to a series of weak upper level impulses, but no meaningful rain is currently forecast.
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