What a treat! Today was definitely the weekend winner. Don’t you agree? Skies sparkled blue (for most) and the high temperature was 89 degrees — simply perfect for a dip in the pool. A few outliers south of the I-40 corridor and west of the I-24 corridor saw more cloud cover and spotty storms. As I write here (7:22 pm Sunday) they still linger, with little to no motion. A movie night may be best for those of you in Lawrenceburg, Linden, and Elkton. Those are fun too. 🙂
Well, besides the select few, conditions are favorable for any outdoor strolls tonight. Partly cloudy skies and seasonable temperatures are in the forecast. Not bad, right?
Tomorrow is the start to a brand new week ahead. Your 8 AM temp is 72 which is very normal according to early July standards. Those low 70s will climb into the lower 90s by around 4pm which is also right around average (89). Here’s how they climb…
Though scattered showers and storms are in the forecast for Monday, our latest Futurecast model presses the pause button until mid-morning so early AM commute gets a two thumbs up! Check it out…
So there they go, fizzling out just after dinner time.
Now the real question….muggy meter…dun dun dun. Yes, you guessed it. Still s-o-u-p-y. Expect upper 60 to lower 70-degree dew point values. I’ll let you do the frizzy hair calculator below:
This pattern seems to be the trend during summer in Nashville. Something I’m still adjusting to, coming from dry Michigan!
Here’s a little sneak peak to the week ahead and what I’ll be mapping out at 10 tonight. If it is past your bedtime, Meteorologist Paul Heggen will cover the timeline of when your town will see the storms tomorrow at 4 am.
Make it a great week!
-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren