Rain on the Way

Current Temps and Radar

Tonight: Rain Possible Tonight

We think we will see rain, and maybe a few thunderstorms, after dark tonight. Nothing severe. Follow us @NashSevereWx in case a few of these rainers misbehave. 

More rain possible overnight. 

Memorial Day: Overcast with showers and thunderstorms H: 79° L: 68°
Showers and thunderstorms are expected during the morning hours. If you have outdoor plans, have a backup indoor plan because rain will stick around all day into the evening hours. It will also be fairly muggy with the dew point in the upper 60s.

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Tuesday: Overcast with showers and strong/severe thunderstorms H: 82° L: 67°

You may find adventure during your commute to and from work on Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms will stick around all day with southerly winds keeping conditions muggy.

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More important, we’ve been outlooked for severe weather by the Storm Prediction Center. They’ve put us in their slight risk category, which means they think there is a 15% chance of severe thunderstorms happening within 25 miles of you.

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Thunderstorms will intensify and increase during the afternoon hours with main threats being hail, damaging winds, and frequent lightning. Cannot rule out a possible tornado or two. We will keep you updated about the main threats as Wednesday gets closer.

Extended Forecast: Soggy week ahead…

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