Tonight: Clearing Skies, Chilly – Temps Fall Into the 60s
If the kids (or grown-ups) have a fall sport/activity outside tonight, Mother Nature is ready to cooperate. Minimal cloud cover will allow temperatures to fall steadily into the 60s by mid-evening.
Happy tears, like Papi’s farewell last night.
Wednesday: Some More Clouds, Tiny PM Rain Chance – Wake Up 51° High 81°
Mentioned above, a cold front will be making its way in our direction by late Wednesday. Moisture will be extremely limited, so rain will be difficult to come by. However, a few showers in our northern county of Davidson cannot be ruled out towards midnight on Wednesday night/Thursday morning.
4KM NAM 1AM Thursday
From NWS Nashville:
...realistic potential for iso to sct light shwr/tstm activity Fri and into the upcoming weekend. Features that might bring the potential of rainfall to the area will be another possible weak upper level trough passage Fri into Fri night, along with a sfc warm front approaching from the lower MS River Valley on Fri morning, but quickly moving to the northeast as the weekend progresses, putting the mid state in a broad warm sector synoptic cold frontal system pattern. This broad warm sector synoptic cold frontal system pattern characterized by a cold front stretching from the central plains to southern portions of the Hudson Bay Region, and from there, a warm front draped sewd into New England. Another weak upper level trough moving across the region on Sun looks to be possible too bringing with it the potential of mainly iso light shwrs and tstms.
What’s this mean? We’ll be in a setup to see at least a little rain from Friday through Sunday…not a washout, though. Keep this in mind when planning your weekend!
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