Wednesday – Humidity & Rain Return – Wake Up 70, High 90
We will be in the warm sector of an advancing cold front for much of the day on Wednesday. This will cause almost-oppressive humidity, with afternoon highs above the seasonal norm. A tightening pressure gradient will cause winds to gust up to 24 mph.
The National Weather Service Believes that the leading edge of the front, coupled with a weak squall line (line of showers & thunderstorms) will impact northwestern Nashville overnight, but the bulk of the activity will hold off until Thursday.
Thursday – Thunderstorms – Wake Up 73, High 79
The NAM is showing these storms reaching Nashville during the morning hours, then slowly pushing through Middle Tennessee throughout the day.
Here is where the NAM puts the front/line of thunderstorms at 7 AM.
According to the Storm Prediction Center, these thunderstorms are not forecast to become severe. The NWS is forecasting between 0.25″ and 1″ of rain on Thursday.
Rain chances will linger overnight, then Fall-like weather will follow!
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