Today’s weather would put a smile on your face. It did mine. Sunny with a high of 78 in Nashville. This morning did start out on a cool and foggy note. It was 54 in Nashville with even some 40s in outlying areas.
With a clear sky this evening the sky will be perfect for some celestial viewing. The International Space Station will fly by at 8:31pm, but there is a better pass tomorrow, but the clouds could be an issue. Tonight will just be very low on the horizon. By the way if you are out this evening or early in the morning you’ll want to take at least a light jacket.
Here’s the information on tomorrow’s pass of the ISS…
|Wed Sep 28, 7:39 PM||4 min
|11° above SW
|31° above ENE
With the clear sky, the temperatures will drop again near 50 degrees and even some 40s again.
Tomorrow, take your umbrella along if you are going to be gone all day. Some rain is expected in the late afternoon. A front will bring those late day showers. Here’s the timing with Futurecast.
The chance of showers will stick around through Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will be even cooler during the day, thanks in part to the increase of clouds and showers. Many folks will stay in the 60s for the high.
Looking even farther ahead the weekend looks great, with highs in the upper 70s.
I’ll have an update tonight on Channel 4 News at 10 pm.