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Hot, Humid, Maybe Even Stormy Tomorrow

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Current Radar Loop

Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

Today – Mostly Sunny – High 92

A few isolated showers will continue this afternoon. The National Weather Service is forecasting that moisture will gradually decrease throughout the day. Rain chances disappear tonight.

The RAP’s Simulated Radar from 10 AM to 7 PM shows the rain out of Williamson and Davidson Counties by the afternoon hours.

Tuesday– Hot, Humid, & Chance for Afternoon Thunderstorms – Wake Up 73, High 95

As a cold front approaches from the Northwest, humidity will begin funneling in once again. We will have sunny skies which will allow our high temp to reach the mid 90’s… with the moisture in place the heat index (how the temp feels to us) will be as high as 101.

We will also have a chance for showers and thunderstorms… The NWS believes that they will begin popping up after 2 PM. According to the Storm Prediction Center, some of these pop up storms have a chance to be severe.

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The main threat will be strong wind gusts and large hail.

This gloomy weather is just giving us an excuse to watch America take on Belgium in the World Cup. In addition, this excuse is much better than the one for the Germany game…


… hopefully no one lost their job using this!

If this USA Soccer hype video doesn’t give you goosebumps then you can go drink a Stella Artois (Belgian beer). #Merica

Soccer fans use the phrase “smash and grab” when an overmatched team is getting outplayed, then suddenly grabs a goal out of nowhere. But, I think this team is capable of another layer of smash and grab, see below:

Anyway, USA! USA! USA! 3 PM, y’all.

Wednesday – Chance of Thunderstorms, Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 73, High 92

Weather models disagree as to when a cold front will arrive on Wednesday. Our NWS believes the cold front – and associated storms – will be on us during the afternoon and evening hours.

At this time the SPC does not believe the storms will be severe. Stay weather alert, because this could change.

Overnight we will hold onto a chance for thunderstorms until 2 AM.

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