Wait for it. The sun rises on a cold front to our northwest:
Cooler temps are behind the front, rain is along the front. Looks like it’s coming this way. But . . . Doesn’t look like the front get to us. It’ll stall, then fizzle out tonight.
HRRR model shows colder temps bottled up north of us.
So it probably won’t rain here today, although those in north parts of Davidson County may get a few sprinkles. Models could be wrong and the front gets closer than we think, but if that happens and we get rain, it’ll only be light rain.
Here’s the HRRR model showing the rain just not quite interested in us:
Temperatures today will remain in the lower 70s.
Pleasant (Most Of) This Week
After this front dissipates later tonight, our weather will return to pretty nice conditions up until Friday.
A lot of sunshine and mild temps in the lower 80s for the remainder of the work week.
Rain may return beginning Friday morning and lasting into Saturday, with cooler temperatures to follow for the weekend. Not much is known about this as models do what they do — disagree on timing.
Timing is everything.
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