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THIS EVENING – HEAT ADVISORY THROUGH 7 PM

Williamson and Davidson Counties are 2 of the counties under a heat advisory today until 7 PM this evening:

Another HEAT SAFETY Reminder:

Please take it easy out there for the rest of the day. Lows tonight will be mild, in the mid 70°s.

FRIDAY – Last Day of 90°s (for a little while) – Wake Up: 74º, High: 90º

Big changes arrive tomorrow as the weather pattern begins to shift. As that area of high pressure responsible for today’s heat erodes, a large dip in the jet stream will take it’s place.

This will allow an area of low pressure to begin to move east across the Midwest:

This will set us up for some showers and maybe a storm or two tomorrow afternoon:

We are still keeping an eye on the cold front associated with that low that is poised to pass through our area late Friday and early Saturday:

While a few thunderstorms are possible as the front moves through, the severe risk is low:

However, we can’t rule out a severe storm or two. Strong winds and heavy downpours are likely, even in non-severe storms.

SATURDAY – Rain Early, Then Clearing Out – Wake Up: 70º, High: 79º

Rain and some storms may still be around early Saturday, but should fully end by the afternoon:

The severe risk is low for Saturday, as well:

The best news out of all this? Highs in the upper 70°s Saturday afternoon after the rain ends!

EXTENDED: Sunny and Low 80°s by Sunday!!!

 

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