This morning light wintry precip has been coming in from the southwest. It’s of no consequence. BNA and all other personal weather stations scattered around are above freezing, so no problems.
More showers (liquid variety, not frozen) might slide in here around lunch, but the majority of them are expected to stay to our south.
All the pregame activities look to be dry with temps in the upper 30’s, falling to the mid 30’s by puck drop.
The forecast looks like we can watch a win in dry (but chilly) weather.
The HRRR (below) holds the showers off until after the dub. ETA around midnight.
Showers look to move in around midnight, so maybe bring some rain gear if you’re planning on staying and celebrating. No need to worry about any Lightning.
On Sunday, you might wake up to some showers, but these should move out in a timely manner and lead to a decent day weather-wise, with temps making it into the mid 40’s.
Next week looks great, we (finally) dry out and temps will get warmer and warmer as the week goes on, making it into the 70’s by late week. No rain expected.
Weather changes constantly.
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