Not too often you get a big donut for rain chances in July, but today and tomorrow (ok I know it’s 1% but close enough) are examples of it.
Our dry streak will be short-lived as rain chances return Wednesday and stick with us the rest of the week. Along with rain chances returning, the humidity will also return as heat index values climb into the 100’s.
Our pattern will turn similar to what we saw a week or so ago.
“This means we could see a repeat of the weather we saw last week with all of the MCSs that pushed through here. Such is summer.”– NWS Nashville Morning AFD
MCSs (Mesoscale Convective System) are those complexes of storms that can contain a lot of rain and possibly damaging straight-line winds. Click here for a better, more in-depth explanation. We’ll see how this progresses and we’ll keep you updated.
Weather changes constantly.
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