Tonight: Rain Chances Decrease, Nice Temperatures
With the loss of daytime heating, rain chances will go down cooperatively. As long as we stay dry, tonight will be a beautiful night with temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Saturday: Showers and Storms Likely – High 85°
Update: It appears the morning will be predominantly dry. The HRRR model indicates rain moving from west to east, pushing into west Tennessee shortly after daybreak…so be watchful, as we will, of these showers to meander in our direction.
Tomorrow *during the day* isn’t a washout; however, there will be plenty of widely scattered storms to keep our eyes on. Temperatures will hold steady in the middle to upper 80s for a greater part of the afternoon. The main show, though, will develop to our west and approach Davidson/Williamson Counties by mid-evening. This line of storms may impact your Saturday evening plans, bringing heavy rainfall, frequent lightning, and gusty winds.
4KM NAM at 7PM CT Saturday
We aren’t expecting severe weather with these storms, but with the nature of a fast approaching line, I again wouldn’t rule out straight line wind gusts.
Extended Outlook: Good News…Drier and Cooler Weather Ahead!
Goodbye hot, humid, and stormy.
Take a look at those temperatures Sunday-Tuesday. Yes, a relief in every form and fashion will soon be here. Drier, cooler weather is set to return by Sunday. Morning lows may even dip into the upper 50s, easily making it feel like our first taste of fall.
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