A weak disturbance coupled with a cold front will approach Middle Tennessee from the northwest overnight. The National Weather Service is giving Nashville a slight chance for showers beginning after 1 AM tonight.
Thursday – Showers – Wake Up 40°, High 54°
Weather models suggest a weak line of showers will arrive a little before 7 AM. The High Res NAM is putting said showers on our doorsteps around 4 AM.
These showers will slightly intensify from drizzle to showers after sunrise. Here is a look at the High Res NAM at 8 AM.
Hit and miss showers will continue until noon. After noon, we will have hit and miss drizzlers as the cold front moves through Middle Tennessee until about 7 PM.
We will lose our chance for rain overnight, but remain mostly cloudy.
Friday – Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 31°, High 45°
Despite the passage of a cold front the day before, our high will reach the mid 40’s under mostly sunny skies.
Clouds will begin to build in ahead of a weekend cold front.
Rain is likely Sunday, possibly changing to snow late Sunday night/Monday morning. GFS model for midnight Sunday shows a potential for some rain changing to snow:
That’s very little snow, and it may not even happen.
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