Cold Front

NWS Nashville said in their morning AFD.

This is a true "cold" front for early summer
and afternoon high temperatures today will be noticeable cooler
as only in the 70s to around 80.

This is a good thing. It’s been super hot lately. This cool change will do us some good. From hot and dust to cool and musty.

With this change are some air masses colliding. We could see showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. The chance for storms goes up the later it gets. The moisture is in place, but without initiation, the likelihood that you’ll see any meaningful rain or lightning is low right now.

Monday and Beyond temps will be in the upper 70s to low 80s during the day and a bone chilling 60 at night.

The cold front bringing these temps will likely stall out and try to work its way up towards us on Monday. With it, a slight chance of rain during the day. Tuesday and into Wednesday might be rain free. But on Wednesday and into Thursday a deep trough of moisture arrives and drenches us leading into next weekend. We’ll keep an eye on flood concerns, but right now no severe weather is forecasted with this next rain chance. Yay.

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