Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tuesday – Sunny & Hot – High 91
Pretty hot today, y’all. Shade, hydrate, rest. You know the drill.
A few clouds could pop up due to daytime heating, and although no showers are in the forecast, the HRRR is hinting a few could show up during mid/late afternoon hours.
(Editor’s Note: I cannot explain this “YES.” That’s the wrong reaction, Intern).
We will become partly cloudy overnight.
Wednesday – Smidge More Humid, Isolated Showers & Thunderstorms Possible – Wake Up 69, High 91
We will be hot and sunny once again, but with a bit more humidity + daytime heating = a chance to see pop up isolated showers and thunderstorms.
Because these showers will be a product of daytime heating, our best chance for them to develop will be after 1 PM. The National Weather Service is forecasting that the best probability will be between 1 PM and 10 PM.
Where the storms will be is like predicting where the freckles will be on your newborn.
The Storm Prediction Center does not believe Nashville will see any severe storms.
We will be partly cloudy after 10 PM.
Thursday – Hot, Slight Chance Of Thunderstorms – Wake Up 71, High 93
Hotter, y’all. NWS says the heat index (“feels like” temp) could top 99°.
Another chance for showers and storms will occur after 1 AM Thursday night. A disturbance originating from the Plains makes its way towards Middle Tennessee.
The SPC does not believe any storms will be severe.
Extended NWS Forecast
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