Current Temps and Radar
Thursday – Partly Sunny, Slight Chance of Showers – Wake Up: 49º, High: 69º
We will have a slight chance for showers throughout the day as an upper level disturbance slides south into Middle Tennessee. Below is a look at what the GFS model is showing between 7 AM and 1 PM.
Some of the models give us some off and on showers most of the day, but they’re light and off and on. Other models restrict the rain to our northeast.
We are not expecting a rain-out for Thursday night’s games/outdoorsy stuff, but it’s not out of the question. I think it’ll be an off/on cloudy drizzly day, but no real worries. Winds may be gusty and it’ll be cooler, so maybe bring a jacket on your way out the door.
High pressure will begin to move in overnight and help clear out the clouds from west to east by Friday morning. This will also allow for another cool night in the 40’s.
Friday – Sunny – Wake Up: 42º, High: 69º
We will be sunny throughout the day, but a north wind (5 – 10 mph) will help keep out temps from getting into the 70’s for an afternoon high.
We’ll be mostly clear overnight with a low in the upper 40’s.
Extended: Mostly Sunny Trend Continues
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