Tonight: Storms Early, Drying Out For the Nashville Sounds Game – 9PM 78°
Update: This afternoon’s cold frontal passage has been accompanied by pop up showers and thunderstorms. Please send any severe weather reports to #tspotter.
We do expect to dry out in time for evening activities. Temperatures this evening will fall into the low 80s and upper 70s with a lowering dew point.
If you’re headed out to catch a Sounds game, temps will be bearable and you shouldn’t need the umbrella.
Wednesday: You’re Going to Like This… – Wake Up 65° High 85°
Highs in the 80s, sunny skies, and no rain? Really? No way.
Yes, way. And look at the dew point to go along with those lower temps. It’ll be falling through the day on Wednesday into the 50s!
For this time of year, a forecast doesn’t get much better.
Extended Outlook: Great Weather While Supplies Last
High pressure will be in control for much of the work week. By Friday, chances for storms increase along with temperatures and humidity. A weakening cold front will be sagging southward and should be the focus for thunderstorm development.
Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast From Pollen.com
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