Storms, Some Strong to Severe Along and East of I-65
Showers are rolling northward through our two-county area this morning, making for a cool and damp start to Thursday. The latest HRRR shows more showers and a few storms developing out of the south this afternoon and blanketing the area.
Heavier rain and a couple severe thunderstorms are possible well east of I-65. While not entirely ruling out the severe weather potential in Nashville, the threat looks decently low. Damaging winds and localized flooding would be the main threats.
SPC Severe Weather Outlook
More Rain, Eventually Drier This Weekend
A colder rain on the backside of today’s cold front will continue through Friday into early Saturday. Rain chances will taper off Friday night into Saturday as the whole system pushes east.
GFS Model Today thru Saturday 7AM
Temperatures are going to change dramatically for tomorrow (Friday). Highs will only be in the mid-50s! Bundle up and bring the rain gear. We’ll warm back up, however, headed into the weekend. Gradual increases in sunshine, albeit not much, on Saturday will push us into the middle 70s during the afternoon. Dry weather will continue, in accordance with a slow warm up into the beginning of next week.
5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
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