After a wet weekend, it’s wonderful see a few peeks of sunshine today. There is more of that to come tomorrow and Wednesday. With the clouds today, temperatures were slow to rise, but Nashville did reach 70 today. The average for this time of year is 73.
Even though the rain has stopped, there are still some Flood Warnings and Advisories.
A Flood Warning remains along the Tennessee River at Savannah and the Duck River at Centerville. They are highlighted in Green.
Flood Advisories remain in effect for the Tennessee River at Perryville and Clifton, the Duck River at Hurricane Mills and Columbia and the Stones River at Donelson. Those are in the blue below.
As the clouds break up more tonight, there will be a beautiful sunset for many of us. I hope you send in photos. Post them on Facebook Lisa Spencer, or Twitter WSMVLisaSpencer or email them to email@example.com.
With all this left over moisture, fog will develop overnight. A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for early tomorrow morning. Give yourself a little extra time tomorrow to drive to work as visibility could be down to 1/4 mile in spots.
Tomorrow will be beautiful as sunshine takes over and the temperatures soar to near 80 degrees. Wednesday warms even more to 85, but clouds will increase in advance of the next system. By late Wednesday night into Thursday morning the rain and thunderstorms will be back. Again on Friday more rain and some thunderstorms rumble through. I know weekend rain is not what anyone want to hear, but there will be some.
Come one, come all! the last Surviving the Storm for the spring is this Thursday in LaVergne. We’ve got a great show planned with some audience participation experiments and games planned. Snowbird will join us with some nice prizes too.
I’ll have the latest on the forecast tonight on Channel 4 News at 10pm.