This Evening: 81º by 7 PM
By this evening, the HRRR model wants to sneak in a few showers south of us, but Williamson and Davidson Counties will remain dry.
Temperatures stay warm into the evening hours and drop to the low 60ºs overnight.
Friday – Dry During the Day, Rain Chances Return Late – Wake Up: 63º, High: 87º
High pressure will do its best to keep us dry for most of the day tomorrow:
High temperatures will take a jump up to the upper 80ºs, and dew point temperatures will also reach the sticky 60ºs.
As a cold front approaches tomorrow night, we’ll see an increase in rain chances…
Timing of the front will be key. Right now, it looks as though the front will pass through overnight and early Saturday morning:
Saturday – Scattered Showers and Storms – Wake Up: 67º, High: 89º
That frontal boundary will keep rain chances in the forecast for the early part of Saturday:
Things look to dry out by the afternoon.
The good news is that rainfall amounts won’t be high:
We’re looking at less than 0.25 inches of rain through Sunday morning.
Extended: Scattered Storms Through the Weekend
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