Light Rain Starts This Afternoon

Current Radar

RAIN TODAY High: 77°

Check out the radar above, and the water vapor below. Behold the swirl to our southeast.

It’s going to rain a little this afternoon and tonight.

HRRR thinks the rain will arrive by mid/late afternoon.

This is nuisance, intermittent rain, but it’s probably enough to pull your elementary school palooza indoors, and wear the longer cleats for HS football. Gather umbrellas and rain jackets if outside tonight, but do not expect a lot of rain.

Updated rain totals from NWS are 0.05″ through 7 PM tonight, and an additional 0.06″ through sunrise tomorrow morning. Given our dry September, this probably won’t be enough to rain out ball games Saturday.

LITTLE RAIN ON SATURDAY – Early Birds: 62°, High: 76°

Clouds will hang around all day, and light showers will continue off and on throughout the day.

Another 0.10″ is expected, but most of the day will be just cloudy, with passing drizzly/light showers lasting an hour or few hours each. Each model has its own idea on ETAs, but to detail that here will only confuse rather than inform. Some models have very little rain, others present a less intermittent picture. None of it is particularly helpful or reliable, other than that’s is going to rain a little.

If you’re going outside, have a rain jacket. We aren’t expecting any thunderstorms or strong winds, and downpours are very unlikely.

Again, most of the day will be cloudy, so have a rain jacket or umbrella within reach, and go about your day.

I almost prefer this to low 90°s and sunburn. especially when hearing good music.

LITTLE MORE RAIN ON SUNDAY – Early Birds: 64°, High: 80°

The rainy pattern will remain, but it should be winding down Sunday. This should be the driest of the three days.

Be ready for a little more rain if you’re Titans tailgating.

Supermoon Eclipse

Sunday night, y’all.

I’m still concerned about clouds obstructing Supermoonmania. Even more concerned than I was last night.

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