Rainouts Possible Thursday After School

I hope your air conditioning works.

Rain is possible Wednesday afternoon. The HRRR shows a few showers popping up, but most of them develop east of us. So chances are real, but low.

More rain may develop closer to midnight Wednesday night. read more

Showers This Afternoon, Drying Out Sunday

Overnight rain has already affected some outdoor sporting events today:

The HRRR shows a large portion of the rain moving out around 3 pm. Showers will still linger into the evening hours, but our area should be clear before 9 pm. read more

Showers Late Tuesday Night (Maybe No Alert, NBD Snowflakes?), Frosty Mornings Ahead

Not much to report on for today and Tuesday: mild temps and plenty of sunshine.

Showers Possible Today/This Weekend

Some areas may have already seen some rain this morning.

The HRRR shows showers entering the area by lunch.

Possible Strong Storms Tonight/Saturday

Will they be severe? Will they cause damage? It’s doubtful… But let’s dive in

Rain Returns Late Wednesday

Nothing much to talk about today and Tuesday – plenty of sun and warmer temps.

Clear Debris From Storm Sewer Grates and Culverts

24 hour rain fall totals from various observers in Nashville:

Williamson County:

The rainfall was historic:

Editor’s Note: We lost 4 people in this flood, at least that’s how many we know about as of noon Sunday. Each immeasurably valuable. The Mayor held a noon press conference and promised thorough investigation to understand the circumstances of each person having lost their life due to flash flooding. Investigations improve future messaging. But right now I do not want to reduce the lives of each of these four people into a lesson we expect to be taught later. Nothing is more important than a life. When we lose one it seems to me the community should mourn the person and surround his and her loved ones with love, kindness, and support, regardless of circumstances. Same is true for those who woke up with water in their home, businesses, and cars. Donate, give, love. read more

All Modes of Severe Weather Possible Thursday. Today Is the Day to Prepare.

Let’s Get Down to Business

Our current thinking is that storms will come in two rounds. HRRR below shows round 1. We’ll see rain begin to move into the area around 8 am. Although this will not be the severe weather event, we will begin to see high rain totals. Do not mistake this for the main event. read more

Happy First Day of Spring!

March 20 marks the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere! Satellites caught something pretty cool this morning:

Editor’s Note:

Clouds will continue to move out this afternoon, giving way to beautiful skies. read more

Severe Storms Possible Wednesday

Lunchtime rain is moving out. Should be clearing this afternoon.