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Today – Partly Sunny, Chance For Thunderstorms – High 89
We are tracking another chance for thunderstorms over Middle Tennessee this afternoon. A Southwesterly flow will return moisture to our area just ahead of a weak cold front. The National Weather Service believes that our best chance to get scattered thunderstorm activity will be mainly after 1 PM. The NWS also believes that if storms develop they will be out of the Nashville area by 1 AM tonight.
All the models seem to find rain chances humorous but the NAM’s Simulated Radar does show some rain overhead at 4 PM.
To be fair, only the NAM model predicted rain yesterday. HRRR, RAP did not. And we had some thunderstorms. Score one for the NAM!
Thursday– Sunny & Rain Free – Wake Up 64, High 81
We will be sunny, with a below normal high in the lowers 80’s.
A Northwest flow will gradually dry us out and lower our humidity throughout the day.
Friday – Perfect – Wake Up 60, High 83
Independence Day is shaping up to be a beautiful one… we will have low humidity, sunny skies and below normal temps for this time of year.
This is what the National Weather Service had to say about the 4th of July.
So go outside, blow some stuff up, drink a cold one and celebrate #merica
Tip: A light jacket might be necessary during any late-night fireworks because the low will be in the upper 50’s.
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