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Drier and Warmer Sunday and Memorial Day

Current Radar

Tonight: Some Showers, Otherwise Quiet – 9PM 75°


Rain chances are expected to move further east very late tonight as an upper level ridge strengthens over our region. A few more showers could impact the region through evening, but otherwise will be mild and relatively uneventful.

Sunday: Mostly Dry, Isolated PM Storm – Wake Up 64° High 89°

A classic summer-like pattern begins Sunday, and most of the day will consist of dry time with very warm temperatures. However, an isolated thunderstorm or two could develop, but like with any other pop-up storm during the summer… they are very hard to predict when and where they will occur.

By evening, any storms should dissipate with the loss of daytime heating. Temperatures will fall back into the 70s for any evening plans.

Memorial Day: Thank You, U.S. Military – Wake Up 66° High 90°

A fitting day of weather for those who lost their lives protecting and serving our country – – – with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s. It will be the perfect day to spend outdoors as local pools typically open and barbecue grills get their first taste-test of the year.

Keep in mind, however, that a summer-like afternoon thunderstorm is a minor possibility. Again, the when/where questions are very hard to nail down, but we will keep you updated here and on Twitter @NashSevereWx to get you through the weekend!

Extended Outlook

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Sun will dominate the extended forecast, with an increased chance of rain and thunderstorms by midweek. It’ll be a good mix of “nice” weather and “not so great” at times.

Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast

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