Slight Chance for Rain the Rest of the Week

Current Radar

THIS EVENING – 87° by 7 PM 

Your outdoor plans should be good to go this evening. We’ll have to keep one eye on the radar for some scattered showers, just so one doesn’t sneak up on us.

Otherwise, southern Tennessee will be the ones with the action this evening and overnight.

WEDNESDAY – Highs Only in the Upper 80°s! – Wake Up: 73º, High 89°

With the cold front gone and south of our area, high pressure will move in. This will bring us slightly cooler temperatures and drier air!

I’m not saying you’re not going to sweat if you’re outside a lot, but it will probably feel a little nicer out there.

We should stay dry for the majority of the day.

However, there will be a stationary front draped across the southern portion of the state, which could stir-up some rain and storms in the evening:

THURSDAY – Still Cooler, Chance for Rain – Wake Up: 70º, High: 87º

Stationary front will remain in the vicinity, so rain chances will also stick around for the rest of the week.

This model has a stormy start for us early on Thursday:

Too early to say what time(s), but expect some showers and storms Thursday and into Friday, as well.

Extended: Highs Back to the 90°s by Friday

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