This day in history: On August 13, 1881 the temperature in Nashville hit 103 degrees for the second day in a row. Eeek and gross. Today’s a good day to step outside, take a deep breath of un-humid air and feel glad it’s not August 13, 1881.
High pressure influences have created a niiiice weekend for us with low dewpoints and reasonable temperatures. This is as good as we could ask for…mid-August in mid-TN.
Dewpoints should stay in the mid-50s today.
Both temp and dewpoint will start creeping upward tomorrow, slowly bringing back our usual stickiness. Dewpoints will climb into the mid-60s by tomorrow night. But, we should stay dry all weekend.
Our isolated/scattered rain chances come back on Tuesday and stay with us through he remainder of the week. Wattery style. Models always struggle with these, so we won’t know more than generalities until they form on radar. This is several days out, so we only see it on low-resolution models such as the GFS:
Weather changes constantly.
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