The line of thunderstorms that moved through last night produced a handful of Severe Thunderstorm Warnings (winds 58+ mph) in both Davidson & Williamson Counties.
We finally got some rain:
The rain was pretty evenly distributed. Most places saw right around 0.50″ of rain, half of what was expected.
Today – Lingering Showers – High 77°
We will have a chance for some isolated showers as the lingering moisture and instability continue to shove eastward. A Water Vapor Satellite Image from 7:15 AM shows these lingering grey and dreary conditions with a drier/ cooler air mass close behind.
Any showers today will be light, isolated, and short lived.
The cooler and drier air mass will completely blanket Nashville overnight. The NAM depicts the Fall-like air making it to Middle Tennessee at 10 PM.
At this same time (10 PM), the drier air will be funneling in.
Here comes Fall… Finally!
Saturday – Cool & Dry – Wake Up 42°, High 63°
Unpack those Fall sweaters because we will start off the day a bit chilly, and only warm into the lower to mid 60’s.
Additionally, we will be mostly sunny throughout the day!
Sunday – – Wake Up 40°, High 72°
We will begin the day a few degrees cooler, but warm up nicely into the lower 70’s under mostly sunny skies!
Our winds will shift and come from the south ushering in warmer air. The wind will be sustained between 10 mph – 15 mph and gust to 25 mph at times. We will have a very slight chance for showers Sunday night. Unfortunately, next week will begin with a chance for showers and a warm up close to 80°.
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