Rain, Storms, Increased Humidity On The Way (But Not Today!)

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

Current Radar Loop

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

TodaySunny – High 90

Humidity will still be low for July as the wet, humid air is only very slowly trickling in via SW winds.

MondayIncreased Humidity, Chance of Rain Late – Wake Up 67, High 92

Dewpoints will reach 60 for the first time in several days. Summer is returning.

A Mesoscale Convective System (MCS; the technical term is Large Wad of Thunderstorms) is forming in Missouri and Illinois. See above. There is a chance it may be steered our way late Monday night. Right now, we’re thinking it’ll miss us, but the track is uncertain. Something to watch.

TuesdaySun & Clouds, Windy, Rain Late – Wake Up 72, High 92

Mid-60s dewpoints are forecast, signaling the return of “classic Nashville humidity.”

Rain is likely Tuesday night, and should linger, off and on, into Wednesday. We usually can’t have rain in the summer without thunderstorms, and this time will be no different. A few storms could be strong, even severe, according to the Storm Prediction Center:

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