Tonight: Great Friday Night Under the Lights
Are you planning on seeing some competitive high school football tonight? If so, you’re in for a treat.
A jacket or blanket may come in handy, but for the most part, temps fall through the low 70s and upper 60s from kickoff to halftime. A very comfortable night, indeed.
Saturday: Attempting Another Record – Wake Up 56° High 85°
NWS Nashville wrote this AM:
Right now have 85 for a high Saturday afternoon which would break the record of 83 set back in 1950.
In some spots around Davidson/Williamson Co., we could get above 85°. I’m almost wondering if local pools and water parks are regretting shutting down on Labor Day.
Yes, the slip ‘n slide would probably be okay to pull back out for some fun in the sun.
Extended Outlook: We Need Rain!
Trick-or-Treat Forecast: No Umbrellas or Heavy Coats, Just Lots of Candy – 5 PM, 82° 9 PM, 68°
With high confidence, no one accompanying their kiddos will have to worry about rain or cold temps for trick-or-treating this year. Enjoy a fun night, getting all sorts of chocolate and sour stuff…and remember, sharing is caring.
Drought Index: Moderate Drought Conditions
With no rain in the forecast for another 6+ days, this drought meter is likely to go up.
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
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