Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Today – Cool & Dry – High 83
A cooler and drier air mass originating from the Northwest has settled in over Nashville in the wake of the a cold front that pushed through last night.
As of 8:45 AM the dry air is visible over Tennessee on Water Vapor Imagery.
We will be mostly sunny by the afternoon and remain clear overnight.
Friday – Pleasant – Wake Up 63, High 88
We will start off cooler than normal but sunny skies will help us rebound to highs right around or a degree or two below normal. A north wind will continue to keep us dry.
Thanks North wind… You’re pretty chill!
Saturday – Sunny & Showers Late – Wake Up 67, High 93
The north wind that we have all come to know and love will be replaced by a southerly wind. This wind will bring in hotter temps and higher humidity but we will stay rain free throughout the day.
Overnight we will have a chance for showers and thunderstorms ahead of a cold front paired with an upper level disturbance making their way towards Nashville. Timing is difficult this far out… For now the ETA is late evening, early Sunday morning.
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