Dry Sunday and Monday; Next Rain Chances begin Monday Night, Off & On thru the Weekend

Sunday and Monday: Quiet

High temperatures today (Sunday) will reach 54° with mostly cloudy skies.

Monday looks the same but with a high of 64°.

This is a nice break after the very windy and rainy weather we had yesterday.

Rain This Week

… and there is no end in sight (just kidding, but it may feel like it). A few active weather patterns look to bring the chance of rain to the area all week.


Below is the GFS model Monday night through Saturday night. It shows scattered showers Tuesday and Wednesday, a break Thursday (though light showers will still be possible), with more rain Friday and Saturday.

The EURO model agrees, except it wants rain Thursday (through the afternoon) and a drier Friday

Rain should clear out by Saturday night (as of right now).

If you want the technical stuff, here is a chunk from NWS-Nashville:

This unstable weather pattern will also promote development of scattered to numerous showers and isolated to scattered thunderstorms across mid state region especially Tuesday into Wednesday. Still looks like weather pattern across mid state region will significantly change by Wednesday night as a strong cold frontal passage north to south occurs… Upper level flow will actually develop weak ridging characteristics across mid state region Thursday afternoon into the first half of Friday. Somewhat of an unorganized surface pattern will come into play too, with a frontal boundary positioned to our north, so isolated to scattered showers will be possible… A more organized weather system looks to move into mid state region by late Friday night into Saturday bringing scattered to numerous showers once again to mid state region.

NWS-Nashville AM Discussion, 01/12/2020


Rain and maybe some thunderstorms. So far we don’t expect anything severe.

Here is an overview of the week through Thursday:

Notice the unseasonably warm temperatures and then the cool down on Thursday. By Friday, highs will increase to around 60°.