Tonight: Stormy Evening Anticipated
Most of us have gotten in on some rain today, and we aren’t done yet. A line of storms has developed in Kentucky and will continue marching our way from the north. A few of these could become strong/severe, so…
Stick with us this evening @NashSevereWx on Twitter to see when we will see these showers and thunderstorms.
Saturday: Showers and Storms – High 91°
Scattered showers and storms are expected during a good portion of the day tomorrow. There may be periods that we stay rain-free, but whenever that rare summertime cold front passes through will be when we will have the greatest chance of showers and thunderstorms. While a few storms could be strong, only concerns are damaging wind gusts and localized flooding in flood-prone areas.
Most models seem to be showing that we could see showers “earlier” rather than “later”. Wouldn’t be surprised to see some showers in the AM tomorrow.
Extended Outlook: A Short “Less Humid” Break, Then Muggy Weather Returns Tuesday
As the NWS describes it, Sunday and Monday will be “more tolerable”. Each day highs will be in the upper 80s, but those dew point temps will finally been in the upper 60s (still humid but less humid than we’ve seen lately).
Into the rest of next week, the forecast becomes more seasonal with scattered thunderstorm chances each day with hot and humid conditions.
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
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