Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
High pressure was centered over Missouri yesterday, spinning cool and dry air into Middle TN from the North.
Today – Sunny – High 87
That “H” has now moved east over Ohio, cutting off our N breeze. See below:
We’ll be warmer, and more humid, today.
Sunday – Sunny – Wake Up 63, High 89
The “H” will be due east of us, causing south winds blowing in hot and more humid air:
Dew points (a measure of humidity) will touch 60 for the first time since the middle of last week (when they were 70).
Rain chances remain zero.
Monday – Sunny, Hot, More Humid, Probably Won’t Rain – Wake Up 67, High 90
Not expecting any chance of rain until Monday night, and even that’s pretty iffy.
Monday afternoon, a cold front will set up to our N . . .
. . . then stall. It’s not expected to drop south into Middle TN until Wednesday or Wednesday night. So, until then, only a small chance of rain exists.
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