Note: Today is the first Saturday of the month, so you can expect the usual tornado siren tests in Metro at noon and Williamson County at 1:00 pm. With today’s rain, they may opt not to test, but if they do, that’s what’s up.
Our morning rain has slid south of us. As of this writing, radar shows most of the rain south of I-840 and moving east. This radar image will be outdated the moment I publish, but it gives you an idea of where the rain is sitting this morning (10:32 am).
HRRR thinks most of the steadier rain stays away today and picks back up tonight into the early morning hours Sunday. Loop through 3 am Sunday:
After this system passes Sunday morning, we should be dry for a few days. Maybe some sprinkles on Tuesday, but no big deal.
The next rain chance looks to be Thursday into Friday.
Temperatures don’t look crazy. Pretty tame for this time of year. We should stay above freezing, and daytime temps seem relatively comfortable.
Weather changes constantly.
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