Nearly 4-5 inches of rainfall fell from last Friday to this morning in Nashville. Bit less in Will Co.
All rain today will be well south of us:
Rivers and creeks will take time to drain. Levels will slowly go down.
Another system will pass to our south Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. We may see light rain from it. The Euro model thinks so:
The HRRR model thinks we’ll stay dry:
The 0.12″ we expect over the next 7 days will come Tuesday night – Wednesday morning, but if the HRRR is correct we won’t see anything.
Dry weather ahead. High pressure builds in by Wednesday with another weak frontal boundary late Thursday, and even stronger high pressure into the weekend. This will keep precipitation chances very low towards the end of this week.
Temperatures stick around the upper 50s Friday through Sunday!
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