Tonight: Gorgeous Evening, Temps In the 70s
The temperature/dew point grids look great for a night outdoors with temperatures in the 70s by 7pm and the dew point in the lower 60s. Humidity levels will feel nearly non-existent compared to what we’ve had.
Overnight, we’ll drop down into the lower 60s!
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny, Very Few Clouds – Wake Up 63° High 89°
On a scale of 0-100%, we’re only expecting about 10% cloud cover on Wednesday. This means that much of Tuesday’s weather carries over…lots of sunshine and dry air over the region will make playing (or working) outside feel more “bear”able.
No problems in regards to rain, really through the entire week/weekend. Afternoon highs will top out in the low 90s with a gradual increase in clouds later in the week.
Those attending the Pilgrimage Festival this weekend should be in good shape! As long as our system out west isn’t *magically forecasted to speed up by about 36 hours*, Saturday and Sunday look fine.
Did You Know?
From NWS Nashville:
Nashville averages 47 days with 90 degrees and above. The most ever is 96 days back in 1954. The ranking goes like this for days 90 and above: 1954...96 most ever 2010...82 1980...82 2016...81 so far 1952...81 1941...81 1944...79 1953...78 1936...78 1925...78 1988...75 2007...74
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