Soggy Weekend/Poncho Weather Followed By A Taste Of Fall?

Today and Thursday should be fairly nice days, as high temps only reach the mid 80’s and dewpoints gradually fall into the mid 50’s. Only a very small rain chance today, as only one or two of you may see rain.

Friday a muggy pattern picks back up as more moisture funnels into our area.

This is as far out as the NAM3k model goes, but it shows showers/lightningstorms moving across the area Friday afternoon/evening. Fingers crossed the lightning goes away before FNL kickoff. No severe weather expected, but some isolated flash flooding is possible.

Saturday on/off rain looks possible all day long according to the EURO model.

This is still several days out, and a lot could change, but looks like the Nashville SC game and other outdoor activities will be wet. No severe weather, but lightning is dangerous enough.

None of the high-resolution models are in range for Sunday, but it looks similar to Saturday. 3:25 kickoff at Nissan looks like you’ll need a poncho. Unsure on specifics about lightning delays, but I suppose there is a chance. As long as there isn’t lightning, a little rain or a giant can’t stop a king.

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“Taste of Fall”

Maybe some leftover showers exiting stage right early Monday, then comes some reallll nice weather (only temporarily, sorry).

“…the rest of the week looks very nice with an early taste of fall, with dry conditions, cooler temperatures, and much lower RH. Most everyone…will see lows drop into the 50’s (probably low 60’s if you’re near downtown Nash), with highs only in the 70s to low 80s.” – NWS Nashville Morning Discussion

All of this sounds nice, but don’t be fooled, it looks to be short-lived. Still have a ways to go until we really get to Fall.

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