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Tonight: Shower or Storm Chance, Dwindling After 9PM
Update: We hit 83° at the airport today, which breaks a record set in 2012 and 2003. NWS Nashville says: “Hopefully this will be the last day in the 80s.”
Update: Most rain has stayed to the north and east of Davidson/Williamson counties this afternoon. Rain probabilities are very low this evening. After sunset, our minute rain chances see their way out.
A slight increase in winds out of the north will filter in overnight and into the day on Friday.
Minimal rain sure doesn’t help this drought monitor:
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Friday: Increase In Winds, Sun Returns – Wake Up 52° High 69°
Good news! Friday will feel somewhat like fall.
Temperatures in the afternoon will reach the upper 60s, and a good handful of us may not even see 70°+.
Hang onto your hats, though. Winds will pick up on the back side of the cold front due to a quick change in pressure (tighter pressure gradients = stronger winds).
Extended Outlook: Temps Near-A Little Above Normal, Rain Absent
Temperatures? That’s more like it…
So when does this warm/dry pattern finally break? The Climate Prediction Center keeps our temps above normal for the next 8-14 days…but not by a whole lot. We are trending towards cooler weather, it’s just taking awhile.
What about some rain?
Precipitation Outlook 8-14 Days
We’re right on the border of “probably below” normal precipitation. Take this with a grain of salt, but maybe a low pressure system next week will bring us a “more relevant” chance of rain.
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