High Pressure Keeping Us (Mostly) Dry

This morning, the HRRR predicted a few showers this afternoon. We’ve seen a few of those, but only west of 65. Current radar:

So, not ruling out a stray shower as the sun goes down. No rain is expected overnight.

For Thursday, our high will be 93° once again as the upper and surface high keeps its grip over us. There will be a mostly sunny sky with a dew point in the mid 60s. There will be some high clouds overhead late afternoon.

The upper level ridge continues to build over us on Thursday into Friday, keeping us hot and dry.

Not expecting any rain for the Vandy or Titans games, or LOTG, or whatever else you have shaking Thursday night. However, as we saw today, there’s a chance a shower could sneak through. It’ll be hot and humid. Hard to rule out rain.

Kicking off the end of the week warm with a high temperature of 92° on Friday. The upper ridge continues to build over us. Dry conditions continue, but cloud cover will build late afternoon.

The mostly-dry pattern breaks this weekend. We’ll be tapping more moisture, and introducing scattered showers, and a chance of thunderstorms, Saturday and Sunday. Neither days appear to be a washout; in fact, most showers look to be focused east of us and on the plateau. Too far away to determine any specifics. Stay tuned for that.