Dry Skies & Warm Temps Continue

Current Temps and Radar

Wait, what day is it? 

Oh…that’s right. 

Tonight – A Few Clouds

Still pretty warm into the evening hours. Once the sun goes down, temps will touch the upper 50ºs overnight.

Also, there is an Air Quality Alert in place for both Williamson and Davidson Counties from midnight tonight through midnight Thursday. This air quality alert is concerning unhealthy ozone levels. Here’s the statement from the NWS: 

Thursday – A Smidge Warmer, and Still Dry – Wake Up: 59º, High: 88º

Tomorrow will be similar to today (and Monday and Tuesday), with warm temperatures and mostly clear skies.

We’ll remain dry again, with the best chances for some showers to the east on the plateau, though chance is small:

Just a few clouds once again.

Temperatures will stay mild overnight, in the 60ºs.

Friday – Moisture on the Rise – Wake Up: 60º, High: 88º

The story will continue to be warm and dry, though we’ll see dew point temperatures that have been sitting in the 50ºs this week finally break the 60º mark.

That just means it’s going to be a warm, muggy weekend, and that kicks-off on Friday.

The high pressure system that has been keeping us dry will begin to weaken slightly, though it will still keep the rain away:

By Saturday, it looks like the high pressure will be gone, and we’ll have a chance for some rain and non-severe thunderstorms in the afternoon/evening hours.

Extended: Slight Rain Chances Return for the Weekend


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