Tonight: Cloudy, Chance of Rain
Our dreary day will continue as we enter the afternoon and evening period for Middle TN. Have some showers and thunderstorms scattered across the region currently with more to our North, West and South. Have had a few showers developing in our area this afternoon so we will keep an eye on those as we head into the evening hours.
HRRR shows us getting a few more showers this evening, clearing out for a little overnight, and then maybe getting some more showers starting early tomorrow morning.
I think most of us will end up being okay tonight and not see many showers, but you may want to keep the umbrella handy through the rest of the evening especially if you have outdoor plans. Rather be safe than smell like a wet dog for the rest of the evening if showers begin to develop.
Temps expected to fall into the low 70s overnight.
Friday: Cloudy, Shower Chances Continue – High 83°
Still have decent shower chances as we end the work week on Friday. We will have a few shortwaves passing through the area that will probably bring us more showers and non-severe thunderstorms especially in the AM hours.
Those south of I-24 have even better chances of seeing those showers.
It’ll be another great day to keep the umbrella handy.
Extended Outlook: Showers, Cooler & Drier In Sight
Showers and thunderstorms will continue on Saturday as we will still have some shortwave activity ahead of a nice cold front that will develop and be moving our direction. While it is likely that most of us will see showers at some point in the day, showers will probably move in waves and not everyone will see rain at the same time through the day.
By Sunday, a cold front will be dipping down through the region which will bring us that much needed relief from the heat. Next week looks to be fairly nice with highs in the low 80s and those dew point temps dropping down into the upper 50s to low 60s.
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