I’ve always loved the rhythm of the seasons in Middle Tennessee. The cold, the heat, and the in between. Right now is the in between. Mornings are comfortable, but sunburns are on tap in the afternoon.
We’re also in a period where our storm systems come less in the form of widespread rain and more in the form of pop-up isolated to scattered heat-driven airmass storms. Such is the case today.
The chance you’ll see a storm today is low, but not zero. HRRR isn’t impressed:
Rain Chances Pick Back Up This Weekend
A disturbance will increase our rain chances Saturday and Sunday, not a washout by any means. But, showers and thunderstorms could become scattered enough to put a hold on outdoor plans for a bit. If we had to guess on timing, we think afternoons and evenings stand the best chances for these scattered storms, but we’ll know more as we get closer.
Weather changes constantly.
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