Heat Continues, No Tricks, Just Treats On Oct. 31

Current Radar

Tonight: A Few Clouds, Temps in the 60s

A weak trough is anticipated to move across middle TN overnight, bringing an increase in moisture…but not by much. Some cloud development may occur with the uptick in humidity, but no rain is forecast.

Temperatures through the evening drop back into the lower 70s and mid-to-upper 60s. This is still, at least, about 10 degrees above normal for late October.

Sunday: “Rain or Cooler Weather?” Try Again! – Wake Up 58° High 85° 

Asking if we’re going to see cooler, more fall-like weather for Sunday is like asking if Charlie Brown will actually get to kick the football this year. Lucy (and Mother Nature) just won’t let it happen. But maybe one day.

Middle 80s across Davidson/Williamson Co. are expected again, although record breaking heat will not be as easily attainable Sunday as it will be today.

Extended Outlook: Very Little Opportunity For Rain


“Under pressure” — high pressure, that is — is what the work week appears to be dictated by. Low to middle 80s for afternoon highs, near 60° each morning, and no rain expected. Models are trying to work out some differences by Thursday-Friday with an upper level trough. How far southeast will it propagate? Will we see little to any rain? These are questions we’ll have better answers to as the week progresses.

Trick-or-Treat Forecast: One of the Warmest On Record – 5 PM, 82° 9 PM, 69°

You might consider putting one of those freezer packs that normally go in lunch boxes into your kids’ candy bucket to prevent any chocolate melt. It’s seriously going to be that warm for tricks and treating this Monday.

Drought Index: Moderate Drought Conditions Continuing


Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast


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