Current Temps and Radar

Tonight – Showers

The National Weather Service says that “soggy” will be the word of the day/week.

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Overnight a cold front will stall out over Middle Tennessee and continue our rain chances into Tuesday morning. Below is what the NAM 4 KM Model is showing at 8 PM.

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This stalled front will insure that we have a #Soggy work week.

Swap the word “fun” with “soggy”.

Tuesday – A Rainy Day – Wake Up: 61°, High: 67°

According to the NWS the cold front draped over Middle Tennessee will give Nashville a “chance” for showers throughout the day.

We will hold onto a chance for showers overnight…

Wednesday – Showers Likely – Wake Up: 54°, High: 73°

Showers will be likely throughout the day as the stalled front continues to influence our weather.

Overnight showers will remain likely but the stalled front will finally begin move out of Middle Tennessee.

Unfortunately, a series of disturbances will move through Tennessee and bring the chance for non severe showers and thunderstorms for the rest of the work week.

Extended: More Showers and Storms (Severe weather threat is low for the rest of this week). 

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The hydrometeorological prediction center believes that Monday morning through Saturday morning we will be #soggy.

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