Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Today – Pleasant & Sunny – High 87
The cold front that pushed through is now stationary to the south of Middle Tennessee. This is allowing a north wind pumping in cooler, drier air. Expect a high temperature a few degrees below normal with lower humidity.
Today will be our last full day under the influence of this north wind…We salute you, north wind!
Saturday – Getting Hotter & Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 65, High 93
During the day, our north wind will slowly become a south wind. That’s bad news for us. Hot!
Sunday – Cloudy With A Chance For Thunderstorms – Severe Weather Possible – Wake Up 70, High 94
A frontal boundary is forecast to move through Middle Tennessee late Sunday night. Ahead of it, storms are expected. Some may be severe.
The Storm Prediction Center has put both Davidson and Williamson County in a “slight risk” for severe weather.
The SPC has also placed Nashville in the “hatched” red area…
…This means SPC estimates a 10% or greater probability of significant severe weather within 25 miles of a point. The main threats associated with this severe weather event are strong winds and hail.
This website supplements @NashSevereWx.
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