Sunny, Warm, then Mid-Week Rain.

Patchy morning fog gave way to sunshine.

Look closely and you’ll see the swirl of Tropical Storm Eta near Cuba!

We hit the record high yesterday of 80!

We’ll probably come a few degrees short of it today. Forecasted high is 81 while the record is 83 (2005). Perfect for a noon kickoff. Don’t think the visiting Bears will mind.

Few more clouds Monday but that’s about it. The November warmth continues with a high near 80.

Welcome Back Rain

An approaching cold front from the northwest along with help from Eta will spark some showers and maybe a weak thunderstorm (no worries).

Rain ETA as early as noon Tuesday with a departure around noon Wednesday.

Models agree more with amounts than timing. Euro (above) wants to keep moisture around a little longer than the faster GFS.

Doesn’t look to be a washout. 0.1′ to 0.25″ on average. Locally higher amounts are possible with any overachievers. This rain should be spread out over 18-24 hours so it may not rain you out.

In short, Wednesday looks drier west of I-65 and wetter to the east. WPC QPF through Thursday morning is reflective of the slowing frontal boundary… Nashville Metro and areas west may only receive 0.10″-0.50″. A rumble of thunder cannot be ruled out, but organized thunderstorms are not expected.

NWS Nashville AFD 11-08-2020

Cooling Off

Temperatures will cool a bit beginning Wednesday night when the cold front passes and a north wind takes over. Upper 60s for highs with a return to mornings in the 40s.

More rain is possible next weekend but details are pretty fuzzy (maybe Saturday?). For now, enjoy these November 80s!