Some More Showers, Maybe a No-Worry Thunderstorm, Watch Out for the Wind
All of the severe stuff quickly developed and has quickly moved onto our eastern counties. Both Davidson and Williamson Counties have been removed from the Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued earlier this afternoon.
For the remainder of the evening, we could still see a few more showers, but there are no severe weather concerns with any showers/thunderstorms we may see.
HRRR has tonight playing out something like this:
The bigger story to talk about is the rapid drop in our temps and our gusty winds for the rest of the night.
Temp, Dewpoint, and RH (blue, black, green) crater beginning around 5pm tonight. Wind and cold air racing in behind it. Low 30 tonight. ^wm pic.twitter.com/oMxo1MDRBX
— NashSevereWx (@NashSevereWx) February 9, 2017
Not only have our temps taken a dive, but our winds have picked up a bit as well.
Through the evening into the overnight hours, don’t be surprised to see sustained winds around the 15 mph with gusts upwards of 25 mph.
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Chilly Thursday, Temps Warm Back Up After That
Expect for temps to cool off a bit following the cold front that will pass through later tonight. Temps on Thursday will only reach the high 30s during the day. Don’t worry though, by Friday, temps will be back into the 50s and will reach the 60s into this weekend.
Some no-worry showers will be possible once again this weekend, with the “better” chance coming on Sunday.
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