Cool & Dry Again Today, Returning to Normal This Week

Current Radar

Sunday – Sunny, Some Clouds – High 68°

Dewpoints will be in the 30°s, which is nuts for mid-May.

No rain is forecast.

Monday – Maybe Rain – Early 47° High 66°

Rain is possible near the Tennessee River early in the morning, but NWS thinks it’ll dissipate and weaken through the day, which leaves us a pretty good dry cushion for most of the day.

A stronger disturbance will move in Monday afternoon and especially Monday night, increasing our rain chances.

This disturbance provides little reliability on ETA and amount of rain. However, severe weather looks very unlikely.

Rest of the Week — More Disturbances

Pockets of rain and thunderstorms will move from the Southern Plains east into Middle Tennessee through the week. These will be off and on, mostly “off.” None look like big storms or huge rains. Mostly just nuisance stuff.

By Tuesday, we finally shake this cool, dry pattern, and get closer to regular mid-May temps.

This website supplements @NashSevereWx on Twitter, which you can find here.