Look South for Isolated Showers

Tonight – A Few Showers Streaking By

A humid, but not too unstable, airmass is atop us this afternoon. This means a few isolated rainers have been racing north. This will continue through the afternoon, then start to die down (but not completely killed off) overnight. Any rain we get will be of little consequence.

The HRRR disagrees with that, and expects a lot of rain to pass just west of us tonight:

Meanwhile, To Our West

Extensive rainfall will be stuck along and west of the Mississippi River, and will really pile up the rain through Wednesday.

Some showers will peel off the east side of that rainmaker, and give us a chance of rain Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Monday and Tuesday will look alot like this weekend has been — isolated-to-scattered showers racing north, of little consequence, otherwise humid and hot. A few thunderstorms may mix in. No widespread severe weather expected.

Rain Chances Increase Wednesday

By Wednesday, we switch from off/on rain to a more steady rain.

That rainy weathermaker to our west will finally get picked up and pushed east….and into Middle Tennessee. However, we do not expect a repeat here of the excessive rainfall that appears likely along and west of the Mississippi River.

Is the Humidity Going Away Anytime Soon?

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