Dry & Cool, Then Dry & Hot

Current Radar

The rain cleared out pretty fast this morning, shoving the clouds east. Rain chances do not return until maybe Sunday night — as in a week from now.

We may see fog in spots during the wee hours of Monday morning. The temp will dip into the mid-60°s with dewpoints not far behind. That means fog.

Dry & Cool

Drier, cooler northwest air is slowly filtering in. It will take some time for us to really feel the cool down. Monday’s high is 86°.

That cool NW wind will be in charge Tuesday (early 65°, high 83°) and Wednesday (early 57°, high 80°).

Dry & Hot

But, without the humidity.

Temps slowly climb up Thursday (mid 80°s), Friday (low 90°s), and Saturday (mid 90°s).

There’s some talk of even hotter temps this weekend. NWS-Nashville forecasts highs of 94° both days. A little more humidity arrives Saturday, but not nearly as much as we saw this weekend.

Rain chances are nil for most of the week, although rising humidity Sunday means we have to at least mention rain chances.

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