Tonight: Storms Later? – 9PM 82°
We saw a little rain today, but most of the heavy thunderstorms are developing over the Cumberland Plateau. Expect mainly dry conditions for the next few hours, but models are hinting at another line of storms overnight. Here’s the HRRR Model:
We’re still not sure if this rain is going come to fruition, but the potential is there (according to the computers). These storms aren’t expected to be severe, but could produce heavy rainfall and exacerbate the already-wet grounds.
Temperatures will be cooler anywhere it has rained or is raining, but a general “low 80s” is forecast for the metro area tonight.
Saturday: The Summer Pattern Continues – Wake Up 74° High 90°
Lather, rinse, repeat.
The pattern of heat, humidity, and pop-up afternoon thunderstorms will continue for the weekend and the extended period. Better rain chances will be across southern Tennessee Saturday, where a frontal boundary will be hanging out. High temps are expected to reach the low 90s.
Rain! No rain. Rain! No rain…
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