We woke up to a cloud party this morning! It did not stop little Nashy and me from enjoying quality time at the park today. We even ran into Chief Meteorologist Lisa Spencer and her baby, Lucie.
High pressure came to the rescue with a nice breakthrough of sunshine by the afternoon. Here’s how it looks from our Downtown window as I type here (5:37 pm) — refreshing crystal blue skies…
If we check in with satellite imagery, it’s not only downtown but the entire Mid State blessed with sunshine…oh yeah.
Northerly winds aid in pulling in cooler temps, especially for our northern counties — mid to upper 50s I-65 north and low to upper 60s I-65 south. The average in nashville is 67.
Here’s some good news — Sunday fun day plans are looking fantastic! I gave you a 7 out of 10 score for your sunshine outlook — perfect timing for brunch, church commute, walking the dog or just getting some yard chores done.
Monday’s score plummets — 2 out of 10. Clouds, showers and storms arrive with a developing system to our west — as soon as Sunday overnight into Monday, especially on Monday morning.
The Storm Prediction center has ALL of the Mid State under a ‘Marginal Risk’ (1 out of a 1 to 5 scale) for any of these storms to reach severe criteria. The better chance remains to our south. We should still be weather0-waare, though.
Let’s check in with Futurecast for timing…
The bulk of the activity will push through our area west to east within the morning hours. A few rounds of showers will continue to push through during the second half of the day into Monday night. Early morning showers on Tuesday are expected to diminish and taper off towards the east during the morning.
I’ll have the full shower and storm timeline coming up on Channel 4 at 6pm, with updates to follow at 10pm. Hope you join me!
-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren