Cool Tonight, Strong Storm (Hail/Wind?) Chances Tomorrow

Current Radar

Tonight: Cooler, Clouds Breaking Up – 9PM 58°

Cooler temperatures will be felt going into the evening. Clouds will be thinning out later on, allowing lows to bottom out overnight in the upper 40s to near 50°.


For anyone headed to the Nashville Sounds game tonight, you’re rain free, but you might want to take a jacket.


Wednesday: Quiet Early, T-Storms (w/ Hail and Gusty Winds?) by Afternoon – Wake Up 48° High 69°

We will start off quiet, with clouds increasing through the early afternoon. Winds could kick up by then, gusting to 25 mph.

Showers and a few storms become possible by mid-to-late afternoon. The best time to see these will be from 1PM-7PM. However, this could change +/- an hour or two.

4KM NAM at 4PM Wednesday

4pm hrrr

Update: There is also the potential to see some small hail and gusty winds with these storms. Here’s what NWS Nashville had to say this afternoon:


In short, strong storms are possible and one or two could go severe.

Follow @NashSevereWx for updates on Wednesday, just in case one of these storms decides to misbehave.

Thursday: Chilly AM, Partly Sunny PM – Wake Up 45° High 65°

Brr! It’ll be quite the chill as you step out the door on Thursday.


Overall, we see sunshine and some clouds, but it’s a cool day for the beginning of May. Temperatures will only reach the mid 60s by afternoon.

The good news: no rain.

Extended Outlook: End of the Week Looks Groovy



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