A Couple More Days Of  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Showers/Storms Before A Break

Muggy day with dewpoints in the upper 60’s and high temps in the upper 80’s. With a soupy airmass in place, more Wattery showers/lightningstorms will be possible today, but it’s more than likely you stay dry, but maybe not.

HRRR model, along with other models, likes to think most of the activity stays away from us this afternoon. But keeping a rain jacket or umbrella close by wouldn’t be the worst idea.

Same story, different day on Wednesday. Some more  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ showers/lightningstorms. Odds are you’ll probably stay dry, but there is a chance you don’t.

Thursday looks to be a great day, no rain expected, and humidity drops with dewpoints falling into the upper 50’s.

This dry period will be short-lived as rain chances return Friday and hang out throughout the weekend. No severe weather is expected with any of this, and it also doesn’t look like a total washout. Way too early to speculate about specific timing with rain/storms. Too far out to start taking any real guesses at the Titans game, other than maybe rainy, maybe not.

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