Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
PM Friday – Showers, Maybe a Few Storms, Before Sundown – High 86
Low pressure centered near the Ark-La-Tex (where Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas share a border) continues its counterclockwise spin, pulling moist air south-to-north into Middle Tennessee.
Scattered showers and storms (not severe) are likely this afternoon and early evening.
By 4 PM, the HRRR thinks the radar will look like this:
Shower activity is expected to diminish after dark.
Saturday – Humid. Isolated, Hit/Miss Showers – Wake Up 68, High 87
The lingering low pressure center is forecast to drift west (CRAZY IVAN!), distancing itself from us. This will decrease our rain chances; however, summertime heat-of-the-day isolated showers and storms are possible.
Dewpoints in the mid/upper 60s will crank up the humidity.
Sunday – Hot, Humid, Pop-Up Showers Possible – Wake Up 67, High 86
Rain, while more likely Sunday (10 mph south wind) than Saturday (4 mph east wind), is by no means certain.
It’ll still be hot, but not oppressively hot.
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