Writer’s note: A complex forecast for much of the southern U.S. is playing out today, and in terms of us here, it should be much more subdued than areas to the southeast. If you have friends or family who are visiting/live in southern Georgia or northern Florida, today is a day, more important than any, to be weather vigilant. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a HIGH RISK (5 out of 5) for severe weather of all types and hasn’t done so since 2014.
Quick-Look Forecast For Davidson/Williamson Counties
Now Onto Scattered Showers Lurking and Rotating Through Southern TN
Thankfully, our weather will be much more tranquil here at home, whilst a few showers and rumbles of thunder should rotate through around a developing low pressure center. While we haven’t seen many of these showers, they are lurking just to our south and may bring some off and on showers this evening. This means the umbrella will be handy but not detrimental to you staying dry today into tonight:
Wind will also pick up this evening and overnight, gusting as high as 25 mph. Make sure to tie any loose ends down.
Windy, Cooler, Isolated Showers Monday — Sun Returns Tuesday!
High of 52°, an absence of sunshine, and a few raindrops (mainly from Davidson/Williamson and to the east) are the story for Monday. As mentioned yesterday, your winter/fall clothing will be needed for a good portion of this week.
Then…drumroll, please…sunshine returns Tuesday! With its presence, afternoon temperatures will climb into the upper 50s. In addition to more sun, an increasingly breezy south wind will send in warmer air.
Front Brings A Little More Rain, Even Colder Air
Heads up on Wednesday: a front approaches the area but has limited moisture to work with. Highs in the 60s will feel nice but will not last long. Showers are possible Wednesday, with the main story becoming how much colder things get late-week.
High Temps Thursday and Friday:
Thursday – 46°
Friday – 45°
Tranquil, cooler weather looks like a good bet into the beginning of next week as well.
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