A Mystical View Across Middle Tennessee

A soggy finish to the week and much of the same to kick start the weekend! Patchy fog makes for a mystical view across Downtown Nashville tonight. Clouds blanket the sky and though I don’t have much in the way of rain to point out, drizzle spreads through the region…again.


The few light misty showers to point out are west of I-65 — around Waverly, Columbia and Jackson. That’s all folks. 🙂video-radar

A vast variation in temperatures…wowza! If you want cooler upper 30s to lower 40s, head to the northwest. A happy medium, upper 40s to lower 50s? Nashville, White Bluff and Lafayette are your spots. You can find warmer upper 50s to lower 60s down in Tullahoma and Fayetteville. wsmv-dma-temps-zoom1_effectsquiggle-autoplot

The same frontal boundary slowly but surely makes a great escape towards the north, gradually pulling the moisture along with it. You may catch a spotty shower here and there through Monday.video-vipir

So, much of the same with crazy temperatures tomorrow. Cooler towards the north and warmer towards the south.daphne-icast-temperature

More rain is on the way! A strong approaching system will bring Middle Tennessee plenty of rain and thunderstorms, especially on Tuesday. Some of which could be on the stronger side so you’ll want to stay tuned…wsmv-4-plus-4-pm

I’ll have updates coming up on channel 4 at 10 tonight! You can always catch my Facebook Lives and weather updates on my Facebook page —


‘See’ you in a few!

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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