Showers Continue Through the Evening into the Overnight Hours
To start, we saw A LOT of rainfall between Friday and Saturday.
Rainfall totals from @NWSNashville ^wm pic.twitter.com/bTvvGDamBM
— NashSevereWx (@NashSevereWx) April 23, 2017
For this reason, we do still have a flood advisory out for both Davidson and Williamson Counties concerning the Harpeth River.
Luckily, we are not expecting a lot of additional rainfall for the remainder of the day (on the accumulation side), so the river is not expected to rise above flood stage.
For the rest of the day, scattered showers are expected to continue to hang around. Latest run of the HRRR continues to show the counter-clockwise rotation of showers. Showers should begin to fizzle out before midnight with showers leaving in the early AM hours.
HRRR Loop Now Through 8 AM Tomorrow
While we could get a rumble or two at times, there shouldn’t be a lot of thunderstorms activity with these showers. With this in mind, new rainfall totals are still expected to be very minimal; so we do not have the same flash flooding concern as we did yesterday. Nonetheless, if you do approach a flooded road, turn around don’t drown.
In addition for the overnight period, we could begin to see some fog after 1 am. If you are out driving that late or even early tomorrow morning, use caution.
Sunshine Finally Returns on Monday
After our seemingly never ending dreary period, we will finally get to see some sunshine starting tomorrow.
With this sunshine Monday through Wednesday, our temperatures will once again rise back to summer-like with highs being in the low 70s on Monday and the low 80s Tuesday and Wednesday.
There is mention of some thunderstorms trying to move in on Wednesday afternoon, but for now, it is too uncertain to say anything else about it.
Shower Chances Return Thursday, More Uncertainty to Follow
By Thursday, Mother Nature wants to bring some more showers into the mix.
GFS Loop 7 PM Wednesday Through 7 PM Thursday
We could see some thunderstorms with these showers, but so far, no severe weather has been mentioned.
Beyond Thursday, different models begin to show a wide variety of solutions. Right now, Friday through the weekend appears to be dry according to the GFS, but some other models want to bring in showers.
If you need to know 100%, in the spring-time, what will occur next weekend, then we can ask Mother Nature for guidance.
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