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Football Weekend Brings Rain Chances

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Tonight: Clear, Beautiful Night – Temperatures Falling Into the 70s

Any spotty showers that develop across the state today will fade through the evening, leaving us in really nice shape. Temperatures at 7pm (per the GFS) keep us right around 80 degrees:


We’ll continue to fall into the 70s by 9pm, making for a very nice night to spend outdoors!

Saturday: Cold Front Approaches, Rain Chances Go Up – Wake Up 71° High 90°

For Vanderbilt/Middle Tennessee Football Fans:


It appears your tailgating festivities will be dry, with a lot of sun and increasing clouds. As the cold front from the northwest approaches our area, storm chances go up. This means during the game, have a poncho on hand. A few of the storms could produce gusty winds, but any organized severe weather is expected to stay north into the Ohio valley.

4KM NAM at 4PM Saturday


Saturday afternoon/evening is by no means a washout, but you’ll be better prepared with the rain gear.

Anyone not at the game will have the same forecast: nice until the afternoon, then increasing chances for storms. Keep this in mind for your evening plans.

Extended Outlook: Cooler Temperatures…Look at Sunday!


Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast


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