Dreary Evening, Rain Increases In Coverage Next Few Days

Current Radar

Tonight: Rain Hangs Around, Mainly To Our Northwest

Update: If you’re headed out to the Nashville Sounds ballgame, pack a poncho just in case. Rain chances are expected to be higher for areas northwest of us tonight, but a few straggling showers cannot be counted out.

Wednesday: Numerous Showers and Storms – High 87°

Update: Models are not overly impressed with a *widespread* rain event on Wednesday. We can expect more scattered showers, with best chances to the north and west along a frontal boundary. Temperatures will again stay out of the 90s for afternoon highs.

Rest of the Week: Unstable Weather Pattern Continues


Our opportunity for rain will be greatest on Thursday, as the front to our north swings eastward, forced out by a developing trough in the Plains. A series of shortwaves (energy) will traverse our two-county area through the weekend, keeping storms in the forecast. Not a washout, but typical scattered rain for this time of year.

Also, temperatures in general will be cooling through the weekend. Drier air is expected to take hold at the start of next week.

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