Bright sunshine, seasonable temperatures in the upper 70s & COMFY dew points in the mid-50s! What a treat.
This kind of weather has a special way of putting a smile on many faces.
As the saying goes, a good thing must come to an end and this time, I’m referring to the return of mugginess! Dew points are once again on an incline into the middle 60s going into Friday.
This is all thanks to a weak upper level system that will push through on Friday but good news! High pressure at the surface looks to win the battle. Though mainly dry conditions are expected, I’m not ruling out an isolated shower or storm but the main timeline for this will be during the early afternoon to evening hours.
The most noticeable impact out of this system will be humid conditions going forward. A secondary frontal boundary currently over the central plains will continue on a southeasterly hike, increasing shower and storm chances going into Saturday, Sunday and Monday of our next workweek.
Latest model runs are still in agreement for the best chance for storm activity to arrive on Monday, which is also the day most hoped to break out the BBQ. Timing could have been better with holiday weekend plans, but there is no arguing with Mother Nature.
On the bright side, Nashville sits at a 6.41 inch deficit since the beginning of the year so rain is much needed!