A picturesque sunset to finish off a beautiful start to the weekend. Our loyal channel 4 viewer Patti snapped and shared these captures on my Facebook page. She says “Made in Tennessee tonight.” Perfect caption.
There are so many happening events around town tonight and the weather could not be more perfect. Whether you’re heading out Adele’s concert downtown or just taking a stroll in the neighborhood, here’s how the evening shapes up…
Dry, comfy and warm in the upper 70s.
If you missed the chance to soak up the sunshine today, not to worry. High pressure sticks around bringing plenty more for Sunday fun day.
Webb School Art & Craft Festival is one of the happening spots on Sunday, from 9 AM until 4PM. Lots of fun!
If you’re headed out to watch the Titans take on the Browns at Nissan Stadium, be sure to leave the rain gear at home and grab sunglasses!
Kickoff is at noon and temperatures will run in the lower 80s.
High pressure keeps this beauty stretch and unseasonably warm temperatures going through about mid-week. Average daytime high for this time of year is 72 degrees and it will be close to fifteen degrees warmer in the upper 80s through Wednesday. An approaching cold front brings the next chance for some much needed rain on Thursday and Friday, which will drop temperatures back down into the upper 70s by Thursday, seasonable lower 70s by Friday and lower 60s by Saturday.
A little treat for summer-lovers and fall-lovers…all in the same week! Enjoy!
I’ll have the full timeline of these seesaw temperatures and workweek showers coming up tonight at 10!