Bottle this one up…so beautiful! Things started off on a foggy note, but by afternoon sunshine was abundant. The high reached 77 degrees, just 4 degrees before the average. High pressure is responsible for this beautiful blue sky and more is on the way tomorrow.
Wednesday will be even warmer with the high reaching 85 degrees. An approaching front swings in late tomorrow night with rain and some thunderstorms. Some of that wet weather will linger into Thursday morning. Right now it does not look to be severe.
Thursday afternoon some clearing takes place. That is good news for Surviving the Storm which is scheduled for Thursday night at 7pm at LaVergne Middle School. This will be the last Surviving the Storm of the spring. I hope you’ll come join us for a meet and greet, games, door prizes, experiments and some life saving information.
Friday a warm front will move back across the mid-state, this will bring more rain and thunderstorms to the area. There is a lot of uncertainty with this system. Right now, it doesn’t look like all the severe ingredients are coming together, but we’ll keep you updated.
Saturday is set to be a warm and muggy day…not that great for runners in the Rock and Roll Marathon. Organizers have moved the start time up to help. The high will be in the mid 80s.
We are not quite done with Flooding issues. There are still several warnings and advisories.
Flood Warning for the Tennessee River at Savannah and Dick River at Centerville.
Flood Advisories for the Stones River at Donelson, Duck River at Hurricane Mills and the Tennessee River at Clifton and Perryville.
Join me for an update on the weather on Channel 4 News at 10pm.