Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, Slight Chance of a Shower – 9PM 71°
Update: Radar trends indicate an area of shower activity to our west near Jackson, TN. This rain is battling very dry air (dew points in the low 40s), so some of this precipitation isn’t even making it to the ground.
All that being said, I still believe there’s a chance for an isolated shower in both counties later on this evening (6PM-11PM). The further west you travel, the better your chances are for seeing a little rain.
Wednesday: Mainly Dry, Chance of a Shower – Early 59° High 81°
Wednesday looks to be fairly quiet, with a few spot showers or a storm possible. Southerly winds will continue to usher in warmer air and increase moisture ahead of our best chances for rain, which come Thursday.
Thursday: Rain Likely – Early 60° High 74°
Have your rain gear at-the-ready on Thursday. Showers, and maybe a t-storm, will be around from mid-morning through the evening, before moving eastward.
Update: The “main rain” should arrive around your Thursday PM commute.
Extended Outlook: Clearing Out This Weekend
Less tissues will be necessary as we head into the week’s end: a relief for allergy contenders.
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