Tonight: Rain Ending From West to East – 9PM 69°
A flash flood watch continues through at least the early evening for Davidson County *only*. Any additional rainfall could lead to ponding on already saturated grounds and swelling of local rivers/streams.
SPC Thunderstorm Outlook
UPDATE (as of 3PM): The Storm Prediction Center has taken us out of any thunderstorm risk completely for the rest of today.
A few lingering showers and small storms could rumble through between now and 7PM, but it appears that these should move east quickly with the cold front that will push through the area later this evening. In other words, the severe weather threat is over.
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Friday: Cooler and Sunny – Wake Up 54° High 76°
Friday is cooler, but not by a whole lot. Sunshine will be in abundance, keeping us in the middle 70s. Northwest winds will be ushering in some cooler air. A great start to the weekend overall!
Saturday: Sunny and Cool for the Steeplechase – Wake Up 55° High 67°
Temperature – Red / Dew point – Green
1pm – 65°, Partly Cloudy
3pm – 66°, Decreasing Clouds
5pm – 66°, Increased Sunshine
No rain worries at all on Saturday! Expect a decrease in clouds through the afternoon with cooler temperatures than what we’ve felt recently.
Extended Outlook: Unsettled Weather Returns Next Week
Allergy Report: Pollen.com Forecast
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