Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Water vapor imagery shows Saturday afternoon rain and storms firing up over SE Middle TN and N Alabama:
Those are drifting ESE. We should remain dry, although it’s possible we’ll see another shower today (we saw one around noon in SE Williamson Co.; it slowly dissipated). Here’s the HRRR loop from 3 PM until Midnight Saturday:
Beginning Sunday, dry weather continues . . .
. . . and the 90s return.
By Thursday, temps will be in the low 90s. Dewpoints hitting the mid-60s signals the return of oppressive humidity and a better chance of surprise . . .
. . . pop-up shower and/or thunderstorm.
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