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Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Sunday – Mostly Cloudy, Humid & Scattered Showers – Wake Up 68, High 87
The National Weather Service believes that Sunday will play out much like Saturday … but with a better chance for showers and storms.
Why? High pressure is in the right place to deliver warm, humid, rain producing air into Middle Tennessee:
The timing will be very similar. Around noon, enough instability will be in place to produce scattered showers and some isolated storms.
Here is a look at the NAM (a weather model) simulated radar Saturday at 4 PM.
Severe weather (in the yellow area, below) is not expected.
Monday – More of the Same – Wake Up 68, High 86
Monday will be nearly identical to Sunday; in fact, the NAM weather model thinks rain is possible overnight Sunday into Monday morning (Monday 4 AM shown):
It will be humid, mostly cloudy, with scattered showers (some isolated storms) to begin popping up around noon.
Again, the SPC does not believe any of the isolated storms will be severe in nature.
The main threat will be small hail and gusty winds.
It’s like Groundhog Day:
More hot and humid weather, with a slight chance for rain is on tap for our extended forecast.
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