On and off showers will continue for just a few more hours, clearing out around noon or so. You can always check the radar on our website here: Radar – Nashville Severe Weather
We’re still under a Wind Advisory until 6pm today. Sustained winds of 20-30mph, with gusts up to 45mph will be possible. Secure any outdoor decorations/furniture that you care about.
Rain will clear out for this afternoon/evening, just in time for us to make a run at the daily record high. Forecasted high today is projected to tie the record of 78° set in 1981. It’ll be close.
Tuesday will be the day for any outdoor activities. Dry and high temps in the low 70’s.
The majority of Wednesday won’t be bad, rain chances don’t come in until evening hours. High temperature will be pushing 80°, which will be close to the daily record high of 81°. Some storms could creep in late Wednesday night, a few of these could be on the strong side. We got eyes on it.
Thursday and Friday will be wet. Too early to try to nail down any ETA’s. Rainfall totals Wednesday night – Friday could total 3-4″. Some rivers and creeks could start to swell up by the end of the week.
The severe threat still exists to our south for Thursday, while we aren’t currently included, we’re watching it. Non-thunderstorm winds will be gusty on Thursday + Friday, similar to today.
Good news: Saturday and Sunday look dry and cool.
Weather changes constantly.
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