Warm Weather Turns Unsettled

Current Radar

Tonight: Calm and Collected – 9PM 71°


A mild night is on tap for the area, as the Spicket opens up with southwesterly winds ushering in warmer temperatures. Night fishing, anyone?


Sunday: Mostly Sunny – Early 61° High 84°

It should still feel pretty summer-like on Sunday, with an increase in afternoon clouds. Temps will climb once again into the 80s.



Monday: AM Showers, PM Storms – Early 62° High 84°

Let’s preface this by saying: Monday is not a wash-out.

First, the models wish to bring a small chance of showers very early Monday morning.

4KM NAM on Monday


I’m not too concerned with this first line of rain. However, let’s talk round 2…

By Monday afternoon, showers and t-storms will be developing and migrating from the southwest to the northeast across our area. Look for rain to become widespread by evening through the early AM hours of Tuesday.

NAM on Monday PM


One or two of these storms could be a frog-strangler. However, severe weather here on Monday is unlikely.

Tuesday and Beyond:

Storms continue through mid-week. NWS Nashville says this poses multiple rounds of severe weather potential:


We will be keeping close tabs on these storms headed into the beginning of next week and will bring you more details as the forecast (hopefully) becomes clearer.



Allergy Report – Pollen.com

The return of an early week rain should put a damper on pollen levels.


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