Unofficial Summer Across Middle Tennessee

A foggy, mild and a bit gloomy to start our Friday morning.


Though clouds blanket the entire region, the showers have held off…so far. Here’s a radar update (8:37 AM)…


Light, moderate, and even a few heavy pockets currently extend from Murray south into Jackson into Corinth — all jogging on an easterly path. Areas west of I-65 can expect to see most of the rain activity today.


If you’re headed out for Touchdown Friday, pack the rain gear in case of a passing shower.


A much drier (and warmer) weather pattern makes itself comfortable as high pressure works its way in…just in time for the weekend! Perfect timing. You’ll notice decreasing clouds as soon as Saturday and things look very similar on Sunday. The main story will be the return of unseasonably warm temperatures. Check out the days ahead…


Goodbye fall, hello unofficial summer. Average high temperature is 72 degrees and the lowest number on that 7-day shows warmer. Temperatures climb as high as the upper 80s on Tuesday.

I hear many mixed feelings from viewers on my Facebook page. Some are ready for some sunshine…others antsy for more rain. Our latest drought situation may confirm why…


Southern Middle Tennessee remains under a severe drought. The anticipated shower activity today will will only help but we could definitely use some more.

I’ll have the full shower timeline and weekday warm up coming up at noon today.

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