If you have anything to get done outside today, I’d recommend getting it done this morning.
The HRRR model thinks rain starts around 1 or 2pm, give or take an hour or so. Rain should continue on and off throughout the night, ending before Tuesday morning.
Not concerned about any severe weather or flash flooding. Rainfall totals around 0.25″ – 0.5″.
Our next weather-maker arrives sometime Wednesday, likely evening or night. Any severe weather threat looks to stay to our south and west. The Weather Prediction Center has outlooked our counties in a 5 – 15% chance of flash flooding within 25 miles. Rainfall totals look closer to 1 – 1.5″, which can easily be handled if spread out enough. We’ll be watching, but not overly concerned.
After that, another system looks to move in Sunday. Can’t have two dry weekends in a row.
Weather changes constantly.
Follow @NashSevereWx on Twitter for any changes to this forecast.
Live coverage during tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings.
Support the mission.
We are 100% community supported. No ads. No subscription fees. Keep it free for everyone.
Categories: Forecast Blogs