Elevated Afternoon Fire Danger

  • Don’t burn stuff this afternoon.
  • afternoon relative humidity 10% to 20%, that’s crazy dry
  • brown ground getting crunchy
  • thankfully winds should be under 10 MPH, but still …

… no significant rain has fallen in Middle Tennessee since September 11 and our area has become quite dry – so elevated fire danger is expected during the afternoon hours with a risk for brush fires.

NWS-Nashville, Forecast Discussion, 10/3/22 & 10/4/22

Brush fires can spread out of control.

Next rain potential looks like October 14-ish 👇🏽

Euro EPS Model Data

Cold front Thursday night will make cold weekend mornings.

  • Frost isn’t expected but cannot rule it out.

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