Tonight: Storms Ending, Cooler – 9PM 83°
Showers and storms are moving across the state this afternoon. The heavier activity is staying north, however a few storms could produce heavier rainfall and frequent lightning.
This rain will continue moving southeast and dissipate later this evening. A cool, quiet night is in store for us.
Wednesday: Sun Peeking Through, Small PM Storm Chance – Wake Up 73° High 93°
We *should* see more sun than what was seen Tuesday. A high pressure center will slide eastward, influencing our area just enough to hold storm chances at bay.
However, a “cap” on the atmosphere in place during the afternoon looks like it will be very weak. If this cap breaks, storms will be able to develop. None of these are expected to be severe at this time. This is why a small opportunity for rain still exists…don’t get caught off guard!
Thursday: Like Wednesday, Better Rain Chances – Wake Up 75° High 93°
A lot of clouds will be around, increasing through the day. A front will approach the area Thursday PM bringing the chance of storms late in the evening. Once again, these are not expected to be severe.
NAM at 10PM Thursday
Temperatures may feel warmer with increasing humidity. Highs during the afternoon will top out in the mid 90s.
Extended Outlook: Small Storm Chances Each Day
Hot, muggy, and a little stormy. That’s the name of the game when it’s summer in Nashville!
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