Dry Start, but Rain Arrives Later

Current Radar

THIS EVENING: 84° by 7 PM 

Thunderstorms (1 severe at this time) are in the area as of 6:15 PM. Please check-in with us on Twitter @NashSevereWx for updates!

Showers and storms will continue into the evening hours:

That cold front will get close to the KY/TN border, but it won’t make its way through Tennessee. That high pressure will create enough of a barrier, though,  that most rain should stay near I-40 or just to the north.

Lows will be in the low 70°s, with showers and some rumbles of thunder continuing overnight.

WEDNESDAY – Rainy Start – Wake Up: 73°, High: 90º

Tomorrow will begin rainy, as the front to our north continues to skirt around Tennessee:

The rain should be gone by early to mid afternoon:

Clouds will begin to break-up in the afternoon, allowing things to really warm-up with highs in the low 90°s.

Temps will fall to the low 70°s overnight.

THURSDAY – More Sunshine, Small Chance of Rain – Wake Up: 71°, High: 93º

There is a chance of showers/thunderstorms on Thursday, but the majority of us will miss out:

I think we’ll see more sun than anything as that high pressure builds over Tennessee.

EXTENDED: Looking good…

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