We have been place under a Heat Advisory until 7 PM this evening
Everyone outside currently:
Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Chance of Showers Late – Temps in the Mid-70s
Definitely has been a hot one today for Nashville. Temps will stay fairly hot through the remainder of the afternoon as we head into the evening hours.
The surface analysis from this morning showed the weak cold front to our North:
Current surface analysis shows the low pressure and weak cold front (blue line with arrows coming from it) has moved closer to us through the day and will pass through late tonight.
We still start out the evening with fairly calm conditions. Clouds will become increasingly present as we head through the night. The weak cold front mentioned above may just reach down into our area, bringing some scattered showers throughout the region.
The NAM 4 displays these scattered showers and possible thunderstorms developing across our area in the late evening.
NAM 4 km 1 AM Tonight/Friday Morning
Models are not agreeing when or where these showers will move through. Of the models showing us getting rain, it is fairly scattered and not very much. So, if we do get rain, not everyone will see that rain, only isolated areas perhaps.
Only a general thunderstorm outlook for us now from the Storm Prediction Center. Not expecting much, if any at all.
Friday: Rain Gone, Sun In – Wake Up 72° High 88°
Last night’s cold front passing through will usher in fairly great weather conditions for the next foreseeable future. Drier and a bit cooler air is expected to move in on Friday. Dew points will still be in the mid-60s, so a little muggy perhaps; but low temps will help it feel nice outside.
Extended Outlook: Look at All of That Sunshine
An upper ridge will develop as we head into the weekend, keeping showers out of our area throughout the weekend and into the beginning of next week. Highs expected to reach just into the 90s through the weekend. Dew points will stay fairly moderate sticking in the low 60s to upper 50s. Looks like another great weekend is in store for us.
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