Tonight: Isolated Showers Lingering, Cloudy and Windy
Scattered showers and non-severe thunderstorms continue to move across our area and will continue to into the evening hours. Cold front will be reaching our area in the next few hours, but there does appear to be some isolated, straggling showers behind it.
Latest HRRR run has the showers hanging out through the evening, clearing out overnight.
With this cold front, we will definitely be feeling the much cooler air mass move in tonight. Winds could pick up through the evening with gusts up to 20 mph.
Friday: Some Clouds, Some Sun – Early 52° High 62°
Once our cold front passes through, it will be much cooler and dry behind it. Cloudy skies will help keep that cold air mass even cooler tomorrow with highs only expected to reach the low 60s. By the afternoon, some of the clouds may begin to break, so we could get some sunshine to end the work week.
Still could see some gusty winds tomorrow with winds from 10-15 mph with gusts up to 20 mph.
Your Friday evening plans look great! Mostly clear and pretty chilly. You may want to grab a jacket before heading out the door, temps will fall into the 50s by 6 PM.
Extended Outlook: Fall-Like Temperatures, Clear Skies
Whether you are a Commodores fan, Titans fan, or even a Predators fan, this weekend looks fantastic for all of your home game activities.
A high pressure will be building into the region by this weekend and will continue to remain in control into next week.
Short term forecast keeps the high pressure to our South, but we will feel the cool and dry air from it.
Speaking of cool, we will finally see those autumn-like temperatures everyone has been waiting on. Our local NWS had this to say this morning about the upcoming weekend:
“The 41-degree low temperature forecast for Nashville on Saturday morning, will be a 50 degree drop from our recording- breaking 91 on Wednesday. Welcome to our new cool season roller- coaster!”
To say the least, the mornings this weekend could get very chilly. May want to start pulling out the extra blankets for overnight.
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