Tonight: Rain Chances – Temps into the 70s Overnight
Showers and thunderstorms have developed this afternoon and they will push southeast through the evening. The storms will be capable of producing heavy rainfall, frequent lightning, and low-end gusty winds.
Thursday: Mostly Sunny, Scattered Showers Possible – High 92°
Seasonal day expected on Thursday with sunny skies to start and temps warming into the 90s. Have a decent chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day.
Model guidance on a “when” is on the struggle bus this morning, but a good time frame given the season would be most of these showers would probably develop in the afternoonish time frame. Hopefully later today the models may help us out a bit more with that.
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Update: A few strong to severe storms cannot be ruled out during the day on Thursday. Have @NashSevereWx on your Twitter app for any updates throughout the day.
Extended Outlook: Rain, Cool/Dry Kind of in Sight
Friday looks to be a bit drier with only a slight chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
A very rare summertime cold front will be making its’ way towards us on Saturday. This will likely bring showers and thunderstorms, with some of them possibly becoming more severe. Still a few days out to know a good when or where, but we will watch it through the week.
Sunday into the beginning of next week, temps are expected to back off a bit and so are our dew point temps.
Here’s what the NWS had to say about it:
“But I for one am looking forward to Sunday/Monday if this forecast can actually pan out…cause this humidity has made it`s presence definitely known this summer.”
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
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