Current Observations and Radar (refresh to update)
Tonight – Isolated Storms Ongoing
More outflow boundaries are arriving late this afternoon, and may set off more showers and possibly a thunderstorm. Most showers that have initiated so far today have encountered high pressure, and have died off pretty quickly.
Labor Day – Dry Day Expected – High 92°
High pressure will squash rain chances; however, NWS has us down for a 5% chance of an isolated shower. With all the heat and humidity around, that’s smart.
The Work Week – Rain Pattern Returns
Tuesday should be mostly dry, but we’ll be watching as humidity and Gulf moisture streams into Middle Tennessee.
By Wednesday, rain and thunderstorm chances return.
On Thursday, thunderstorms are likely. Right now, NWS is calling them “active” thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center has not yet outlooked us for strong/severe weather. It’s premature for that. A cold front will working its way through, but differences in the models on timing has tossed too much uncertainty into the mix.
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