Now: Strong/Severe Storms Approaching – As of 3PM 75°
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a “mesoscale discussion” that borders Davidson and Williamson Counties. Here’s a snippet:
In short, our area will likely be placed under some sort of severe weather watch very soon. Winds are close, but not quite where they need to be for a robust tornado threat. However, surface heating and dewpoints continue to rise.
Stay tuned to @NashSevereWx for updates, as well as multiple other sources (like local TV). We will not post warnings on here, so follow us on Twitter for more frequent, up-to-date information.
Friday: Clearing Out – Wake Up 57° High 68°
Still, some clouds will hang around, but we are dry! Highs will be a bit cooler, with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60s by afternoon.
Saturday and Sunday: A Much-Needed Break
Highs will only be in the low to mid 60s, but sunshine will be out in full force. This will be a great weekend to get outside!
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