Another Current Radar:
The radar has shown rain in West Tennessee most of the day, but none of it has moved into Middle Tennessee. High pressure to our east has seen to that.
But, the rain is coming, slowly but surely. Check out the NWS line through Tuesday:
The HRRR model thinks we’ll see rain late tonight and into Saturday morning:
However, the HRRR has been predicting rain most of the day, and none of that materialized. So, I’d be skeptical. Pack a light rain jacket, probably won’t need it.
This afternoon, our NWS upgraded Saturday rain chances from “maybe not” to “probably,” but the models don’t agree on timing.
Models agree rain chances will increase as the weekend progresses, and after some rain during the day Saturday, all models suggests it will be raining harder Saturday night.
Rain will continue Sunday as the cold front arrives in NW Middle Tennessee and a weak area of low pressure rides the cold front.
Rain totals appear less dramatic than they did earlier this morning, but still, 1″ or more is a reasonable estimate, which would make for a wet Titans game.
After a brief reprieve Sunday night, rain will linger Monday and Tuesday, before finally clearing out early Wednesday morning.
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