Tonight: Chance of Storms – 9PM 81°
Thunderstorms have formed to our northwest today in response to an approaching cold front. The latest high resolution models have these storms holding together long enough to make it into our area this evening/overnight:
More likely than not, these storms will be below severe criteria, but we cannot rule out gusty winds or small hail. For this, the Storm Prediction Center is keeping us under a “marginal” risk for severe weather.
These storms could also bring heavy rain and frequent lighting. Stay up to date with @NashSevereWx on Twitter for further updates tonight.
An upper level trough will continue to influence our area as we head into Saturday. We should remain fairly clear to start the day, but once again as we head into the afternoon hours, we could see some showers and thunderstorms throughout the region.
Extended Outlook: Mild, Rain Chances Next Week
Sunday appears to be the day for any of those outdoor plans to take place. As we enter next week, expect for those slight chances of rain to linger around until midweek.