Rain Chances Increase

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Rain Chances Increase This Week

Monday, High 94°  NWS Nashville says “rain chances will edge upward Monday and Tuesday as a weak surface boundary approaches from the north.”

“Edge upward” is the best part of this phrase. The HRRR parallel model shows nothing in the morning. The NAM4 doesn’t, either, and it keeps things pretty scattered in the afternoon. But, the global models have us getting some rain in the afternoon, but I don’t think everyone will get wet. Rain confidence is a bit higher now that there will be that surface boundary close by. NWS likes our rain chances and has us down for 0.17″ of rain.

Tuesday, High 93°  Rain chances go up a little more, with rain possible in the morning and the afternoon. Again, the models are only a little help. mostly lighting up the radar with rain mid/late afternoon.

After that…rain chances increase more:

The best chance of rain is on Thursday as a pretty decent trough swings through. That’ll increase cloud cover, of course, and lower temps.

Torrential rain, lightning, and some gusty winds are the worst we expect. No severe weather is forecast. The Storm Prediction Center does not currently have us outlooked for anything of concern, which is common for us in late July.

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