You may see “haze” in the forecast. It’s from the Canadian wildfires.
Likely more noticeable in Davidson than WillCo. No Air Quality Alerts in effect, but people with respiratory issues still may need to take it a little easier outdoors.
The main story the next few days will be the dangerous heat.
We are under a Heat Advisory from 11am Thursday to 11am Friday and an Excessive Heat Warning from 11am Friday to 8pm Friday.
“Dangerously hot conditions with heat index values 105° to 115° expected during the afternoon and evening.”
Max Heat Index over the next few days..
Try to limit your time outdoors, especially during the afternoon and evening. Drink plenty of water. If you know someone without A/C, we live in the Volunteer State, you know what to do.
Thursday we might find some relief, however this would come with the chance of strong to severe storms, just our luck.
The both counties have been outlooked with a 5% chance of damaging straight-line winds and hail. No one is outlooked for tornadoes.
The HRRR model (above) currently has an ETA of around 1-2pm. I’d give a cushion of +/- 1-2 hours. Still uncertain if this complex of storms makes it to us before falling apart, but could at least provide some clouds which would keep the temp down, which would be very much appreciated.
Lesser Wattery chances Friday before they turn back up for the rest of the weekend, in hopes of some heat relief. Temps finally relax a little by Monday.
Weather changes constantly.
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