Tonight: Rain Chances Linger On
Your outdoor plans tonight look to probably get wet at some point. Currently have another bit of showers heading for the Middle TN region. Showers will continue to be off and on through the evening.
Latest run of the HRRR shows these scattered showers sticking around, then maybe a few hours of dryness overnight, before getting rainy again tomorrow morning.
I’d have the rain gear and the rain plans ready to go if you have any plans tonight.
We will be following these showers through the night. Be sure to stick with us on Twitter @NashSevereWx for the latest.
Sunday: Slight Chance of AM Showers, Cloudy – Early Bird 70° High 85°
Showers look to continue as we head into Sunday. I’d grab a rain jacket or an umbrella before you head out if you have any Sunday morning plans.
Most models seem to be showing shower/thunderstorm chances greatly diminishing by the afternoon hours. GFS likes the idea of showers leaving by the afternoon.
I’d keep the rain plan in mind to be safe, but it looks like the rain may pass through earlier than originally anticipated.
We will be waiting through the day to see when our cold front, that’ll bring in drier conditions for next week, will finally pass through. This front is expected to move through Sunday, likely moving all of the way through by Sunday evening.
When all is said and done on Sunday, expecting for about an inch of rain to have fallen in Middle TN.
Next Week: Sunny, Little to No Rain Chances So Far
Hot and dry will be the story for next week. Temps will build back up reaching the 90s throughout the week keeping those high temps above average for this time of year. Good news is that our dew point temps look to stay in the low 60s, allowing for dry conditions to stay around the entire week.
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
Showers today and tomorrow will help to bring some relief from those fall allergens. However, allergens will build back up as we head into next week.
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