At the mere mention of a football game in a tweet yesterday, two guys in our timeline have been going at it with each other in the replies about why their team is better. But, I’m just here to tell you if it’ll rain or not.
And….it looks like it will. HRRR thinks scattered light rain will start moving in even as early as 2-3 pm and continue to get more steady as the evening wears on. Loop from 2:00 pm – midnight.
That looks like some heavier rain back to our west around midnight [checks other models]. Yeah, it looks like a round of heavier rain could move in after midnight and be gone by sunrise. This is the most likely time to hear thunder.
No severe weather expected.
On Sunday, the heaviest rain will be east of us by sunrise, but showers and sprinkles could hang around off/on throughout the day. HRRR 12:00 am – 9:00 pm Sunday.
Storms Expected Early Next Week
Tuesday/Tuesday night, another storm system comes in that has some kick to it. Currently, SPC is highlighting areas SW of us for severe weather.
While the models don’t show super impressive ingredients for severe weather here, we aren’t writing this off and moving on. We’ll be keeping an eye on forecast revisions…which could bring these chances of severe weather closer to us.
Weather changes constantly.
Follow @NashSevereWx on Twitter for any changes to this forecast.
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