Yesterday’s rain totals:
Davidson County saw between 2″ & 3.75″
Williamson County got mostly between 2″ and 2.5″, with a few locations in the western county racking up over 4″!
Nashville officially got 2.06″ yesterday (a record for 10/13). That makes 6.99″ so far in Oct, which is approaching the llall time wettest Oct (8.35″ in 1919).
Current Radar Loops:
We expect a few showers to spin into our area tonight.
Wednesday – Drizzly, Dreary, Cloudy – Wake Up 51°, High 60°
Rain is expected off and on all day.
Here is what the HRRR’s Simulated Radar looks like at 12 PM.
Other models blanket us with very light rain for most of the day.
Thursday – Showers Slowly Clearing Out – Wake Up 51°, High 63°
The National Weather Service believes skies will slowly clear by late Thursday.
By Friday we will be mostly sunny and dry!
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