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A Couple of Rainy Days Ahead

Current Radar

THIS EVENING – 77° by 7 PM 

Until 7 AM tomorrow, our threat for severe storms will remain marginal, or a 1 on a scale of 0 to 5:

We are now included in the risk areas for strong winds and hail greater than 1 inch in diameter:

Tornado risk is non-existent. But, for completeness’ sake:

The good news: today’s rain and cloud cover will keep temperatures on the cooler side as we head into the evening!

Radar close to 6 PM shows us getting a break as Cluster of Storms 1 moves out:

However, Cluster 2 is approaching from the west. ETA after sunset:

Maybe a few storms – but probably mostly off and on showers – will hang with us through late tonight:

Expect the pitter-patter of rain and or/a few rumbles of thunder to continue overnight, with lows falling to the low 70°s.

THURSDAY – Another Rainy Day – Wake Up: 71º, High: 85º

It’ll be a wet Election Day, Davidson County. Take the umbrella. And the raincoat. And even the rain boots.

Rain may still be around EARLY tomorrow morning:


While showers will probably still be around early, eventually a cold front will try to swing through the state. We may see storms associated with that line by mid to late morning:

Tomorrow’s severe risk has us on the cusp of “general thunderstorms” and “marginal.” It’ll likely change by tomorrow morning, so we’ll see what it says then. But, another day of storms with strong winds and heavy rain is almost certain:

Looks like the rain will be clearing out by late afternoon/early evening, with cooler overnight temperatures to boot.

FRIDAY – Drying Off – Wake Up: 68º, High: 89°

A chance for rain will linger into Friday, but overall, it should be our day to dry off.

As that area of low pressure moves away and drags a cold front across Tennessee, we should get some slightly cooler and drier air in place for Friday.

Expected rainfall through Friday morning:

Extended: *Nice Weekend Alert*

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