Today was HOT! Heat indices cooked up into the triple digit readings and a Heat Advisory was in effect for a good chunk of western Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky. Yikes.
Though advisories have officially reached the finish line, unseasonably hot temperatures in the middle 90s have not. I will say, the end is near. Tomorrow will be our last day of these sizzling temperatures. Check out our temperature Futurecast for 2 PM.
A reminder to stay hydrated, seek shade if you’re planning to spend any time outdoors and check on your loved ones. If you feel this is too hot, you are not alone. Relief is on the way!
An unsettled pattern will keep Middle Tennessee company, bringing a decent rain and storm chance each day of the week ahead. This is a good thing for a couple of reasons. 1. It will bring in noticeably bearable temperatures, back down to our seasonal average and 2. a good chunk of the area could really use the rain. Check out the latest drought monitor across the region…
Southern Franklin County still fits under the ‘severe drought’ category and many surrounding areas under the orange color are still under the ‘severe drought’ category.
Since tomorrow marks the start of a new week ahead, you may be wondering how your commute to and from work shapes up. Let’s check in with Futurecast…
Not a wash out, plenty of dry hours in the day and the main timeline looks to be during the afternoon hours.
After Monday, temperature relief is on the way! Upper 80s to lower 90s will take over the map. Do you see the light? Hang tight. 🙂
Here’s a sneak peak to our week ahead and what I’ll be timing out on channel 4 at 10pm.
If you miss it, Paul Heggen will have the full storm timeline tomorrow morning at 4 am!
P.S. My Viewer Photo of the night goes to, Issac of Smithville.
What a beautiful capture of the rainbow after yesterdays storms. If you have pictures you’d like to share on social media or on the air, please send them my way –> https://www.facebook.com/daphne.deloren8/