Tonight – Flooding Concerns
We’ve seen a LOT of rain. I thought we would shake it. We haven’t.
Through 7:30 PM
An Areal Flood Warning, although recently cancelled for Davidson Co, is effective for Williamson County until 10:15 PM.
And there is more rain coming tonight.
I think we will see a brief break in the rain, followed by more rain through the middle of the night.
If you’re unsure whether the road ahead is water covered, it’s not worth it.
Monday – Trying to Clear Out – High 79°
It’s going to take some time to finally kick the upper-level low pressure center east of us. On its way out, it will probably spread some light rain, off and on, throughout the day.
Winds will shift and start blowing out of the north, but it’s not going to get that much drier or that much cooler.
Rest of the Week – Slow Transition Back to Early Summer – Highs Climbing Up the 80°s
There is at least a slight chance of rain every day this week. As dewpoints gradually climb out of the low 60°s into the mid/upper 60°s by the end of the week, our rain chances will increase right along with it.
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