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Tonight: Rain Should Continue to Clear Out – 9 PM 62°

Well that was a whole lot of rain today. Many places saw over an inch of rain as expected.

Heading into tonight, rain should continue to clear out. This should leave us rain free.

HRRR displays these showers moving out nicely:

We do still have the potential to see some showers tonight, but that is very unlikely. No showers have developed so far behind the system that moved through today, which is good news for us.

If you are on the cautious side, bring a light rain-jacket for any outdoor activities tonight, just in case. Temps will stay fairly cool, only dropping through the 60s, maybe touching down into the upper 50s.

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This Weekend: Rain-Free, Temps Rebounding

My Forecast - Google Chrome 2016-05-20 07.31.47

Another great weekend is in store for us. Rain from today looks to clear out overnight so any early morning plans on Saturday are a go! Saturday will be a bit cooler than Sunday with temps only reaching into the 70s. Scattered clouds Saturday will help to keep those temps down.

Into Sunday, clear skies with plenty of sunshine and temps trying to reach back into the 80s.

Next Week: Monday Looks Great, Rest of the Week Unsettled…Again

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Temps will finally be reaching back into the 80s next week. Tuesday on looks to be fairly wet with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers throughout the later part of the work week.

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I know, I’m ready for the rainy days to be gone too.

Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast

Today looks to be fairly sniffle free, thanks rain! The rest of the weekend into next week those allergies may return; have the tissues handy.

5 Day Pollen Allergy Forecast for Nashville, TN (37201) _ - Google Chrome 2016-05-20 07.22.03

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