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Slight Chance of Showers, Temps Cooling

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Tonight: Shower Chances Linger On, Decreasing Clouds – 9 PM 63°

Cold front is on approach and those showers are nearing our area. Could get a few showers in the next hour, but will likely see the majority of them a bit later in the evening.

Latest run of the HRRR shows showers arriving around the mid-evening hours.

You will feel the temps cooling once our cold front passes through, but out ahead of this front we may still get some gusty winds up to 20 mph this evening. Temps will drop overnight reaching down into the low 50s and possibly upper 40s depending where you live.

Thursday: Chilly Start, Partly Cloudy, Slight Chance of Scattered Showers – Wake Up 52° High 67°

You may want a jacket before you head out the door Thursday morning. After our cold front passes through, it’ll be a lot cooler tomorrow than we have seen so far.

Latest run of the NAM 4 has temps tomorrow morning during your commute to work in the mid 50s around the Nashville metro area, with temps becoming even cooler as you move away from Nashville. Parts of Williamson County could see temps in the mid to upper 40s tomorrow morning.


For the rest of our Thursday, expecting more mostly sunny to partly sunny skies through the morning hours. As we head into the afternoon hours, some models want to bring some scattered showers into our area.

NAM 4 has scattered showers in and around our area through the afternoon hours and into the early evening.


Any rain we may get should be very brief and non-severe.

Extended Outlook: Some Sun, Slight Chance of Showers


Friday through Saturday will look much like Thursday with temps in the 70s and a slight chance of rain each day. Most of us probably won’t see rain everyday, but we could get wet at some point.

Sunny skies and warmer temps begin to build back in as we head into Sunday. Next week temps look to jump back into the 80s.

Unfortunately it looks like we haven’t seen the last of the summerish temperatures.

Allergy Report: 5-Day Forecast


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