Warm Week, Few Storm Chances Along The Way.

Monday looks like a great, dry spring-like day. High temperatures getting all the way into the mid 80s.

Tuesday still looks warm, but a few showers may swing around during the morning and evening hours.

There could be a few storms Tuesday night as a weakening line of storm approaches the area, but no severe concerns for our area.

That line of showers/storms should be moving out by rush hour Wednesday AM, but we could be dealing with more storm chances later in the day.

The Storm Prediction Center has included the far northern portion of Davidson Co. in a 15% chance of severe storms within 25 miles for Wednesday. This is still several days out, so a lot will change between now and then.

"Uncertainty continues on how strong or
widespread this activity may get as the upper level low weakens
while moving even further northward away from us, taking the main
upper forcing with it. Nevertheless, forecast soundings continue
to show quite favorable parameters for some strong to severe
thunderstorms ahead of the front, especially across our northwest
half, so we will have to keep a close eye on this potential." - NWS Nashville

Rough timing estimation looks to be Wednesday afternoon thru the evening hours. Models still don’t have a super good handle on this system, so be sure to check back for updates.

The rest of the week will remain unsettled, with rain chances continuing thru at least Saturday. No additional severe chances for the week, but a few thunderstorms are possible.

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