Wind Advisory & Heavy Rain Tonight - Tuesday. More Rain Friday. Mumbles of Winter Wx Next Week.

The graphic above from NWS Nashville sums up our Wind Advisory that goes thru 6pm tonight thru midnight Tuesday night. Not a bad idea to charge your phones in case a tree branch decides to land on a powerline, secure all outdoor furniture.


We need rain, and we’ll get around 1″ – 2″ of it starting tonight lasting thru Tuesday AM.

HRRR model shows rain starting tonight, heavy at times, lasting overnight and ending around mid-morning Tuesday. No severe weather for us, you might hear a rumble of thunder or two.

During the break mid-day Tuesday, colder air will filter in, aided by the strong wind.

Wrap around moisture from the low will bring us some rain/snow showers Tuesday afternoon and evening. Any snow would melt on contact with the ground, temps are forecasted to stay above freezing.

Wednesday and most of Thursday we get a break from any precip, before our next system moves in.

The Euro has a guesstimate of rain arriving early Friday morning, lasting thru the afternoon, and a meh chance at some wraparound flurries Friday night. No snow accumulation expected, around an inch or so of rain possible. No severe weather worries.

Let’s Talk Sn*w Potential…

Rumors are starting to fly around.

6 to 10 Day Outlook - Temperature Probability

Models continue to indicate Arctic air making its way to our area sometime early next week.

Models are also suggesting a trough coming thru around the same time, next Monday or so. This would bring us another chance for rain and possibly snow.

The Climate Prediction Center has us outlined in a Slight (20%) chance for heavy snow early next week. There is a lot of uncertainty in this, hence the rather large area included in the 20% area.

With this being 7+ days out, the forecast will likely change back and forth several times. Truth is, this far out, no one knows for sure. Shield your eyes from any snowfall accumulation maps. We’ll be watching…

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