Today – Showers – High 78°
Showers and thunderstorms are being pushed into Middle Tennessee by a cold front today. The NAM’s Simulated Radar shows a line of showers and thunderstorms nearing Nashville at 1 PM, but current radar trends suggest light rain may begin before then.
The Storm Prediction Center thinks there is a marginal (that’s pretty low) risk for strong storms.
The only real concern is straight-line winds, but the probability of that is only 5%.
Rain will continue into the overnight hours.
Wednesday – Cool & Clearing – Wake Up 50°, High 66°
Showers will linger into the morning, followed by cooler, drier air filtering in throughout the day. Between 7 AM (Tuesday) through 7 AM (Wednesday) between 0.5″ and 1″ is expected.
If we end up with more than 0.75″ of rain, this will be the wettest recorded October since 1919 (8.35″).
Thursday – Clear & Cool – Wake Up 41°, High 64°
We’ll get a cool northwest wind.
Fall is back y’all!
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