Hot Weekend Ahead

Current Radar

THIS EVENING: 88° by 7 PM 

Storms are approaching the TN/KY border to our north. Check-in on Twitter for updates. 

Both the HRRR and NAM4 models have a chance for rain this evening:

Both models are picking up on a frontal boundary sagging south into northern Tennessee. If the boundary can hold together, a few showers and maybe a scattered storm are possible, especially earlier in the evening while the sun is still up.

Otherwise, conditions will be warm and muggy overnight.

SATURDAY – Hot, But a Nice, Summer Saturday – Wake Up: 73°, High: 93º

We’ll be keeping with the hot and probably dry weather pattern through the weekend.

There is just a slight chance for showers/storms tomorrow, but high pressure will be well-established and there won’t be a frontal boundary immediately to our north like there has been the last few days.

So, I think we’ve got even smaller chances for rain going into tomorrow:

Afternoon temperatures will continue to be hot!

Models are picking up on some scattered showers through the evening hours, but again, I think we’ll be staying dry:

SUNDAY – The Mercury Continues to Rise – Wake Up: 72°, High: 95º

You guessed it: hot and slim rain chances to round-out the weekend.

EXTENDED: Highs Staying in the 90°s 

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