Isolated Storms Tonight, Memorial Day Looks Nice

Current Radar

Tonight: Stray Shower/Storm Possible – 9PM 78°


Update: A few showers and isolated storms have sprouted up across Davidson County. A couple more are possible through early evening. Otherwise, expect quiet conditions and mild temperatures to continue.

Saturday: More Clouds, PM Showers and T-Storms Possible – Wake Up 67° High 82°

Middle Tennessee will be the focus area for rain on Saturday. The better moisture axis will swing farther east during the morning and early afternoon, bringing with it the chance for storms.

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The 4KM NAM doesn’t look that impressive in regards to storm coverage, and I believe it may be underdone.

If you have any plans to be outside Saturday afternoon and/or evening, it would be a good idea to bring an umbrella along. A few of these storms, especially in north-central TN, could be on the stronger side. An isolated severe storm cannot be ruled out, but we are not currently included in any SPC (Storm Prediction Center) risk areas.

Sunday: More Sun, Isolated PM Storm – Wake Up 66° High 88°

The unsettled weather pattern continues, but we look to stay a little drier on Sunday. Temperatures will soar to near 90 degrees, making it feel like a true summer’s heat.

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There is a small chance for a pop-up thunderstorm during the afternoon hours. With any that do form, expect heavy rain and frequent lightning. By sunset, they should lose their energy and dissipate.

Extended Outlook – Memorial Day

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Memorial Day will be much like Sunday. A pop-up afternoon thunderstorm cannot be ruled out, but most of us will likely stay dry. It will be a great day, overall, to get out into the pool or barbecue.

Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast

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