Even though many of us have had to deal with some fog this morning, it’ll be tough to beat the weather this afternoon!
Outdoors now, it’s bright and sunny over Nashville — just beautiful!
Fog continues to hold on though in some spots. Two of the foggiest areas are central Sumner County and central Putman County…
4WARN Live Doppler Radar in fog tracker mode shows (as of 8:50am) how the fog continues to hang on there….and in most areas in between.
Temperatures are on their way up nicely, especially where the sun is shining!
Today, sunshine will rule, far different from the weekend and yesterday for that matter. Check out the Sunshine Outlook below for today and for the several days that follow:
Temperatures will reach early-mid May levels this afternoon, with very little wind. It’s the lack of wind that will help today be such a nice one.!
Highs across the rest of the area will be similar to Nashville’s.
SO…rain will hold off today. It’ll also steer clear of the Mid State tomorrow. However, tomorrow night, a dissipating batch of showers and storms will move in from the west. They’ll be outrunning their support, so the weakening trend will continue as they reach Nashville. While there may be a strong storm or two over our far western counties before midnight tomorrow, most areas will just have some rain as they pass on by. Any left over showers will exit the area by noon on Thursday. SO…Thursday afternoon will turn pleasant again, with highs in the 70s.
Coming up today on Channel 4 News at Noon, we’ll focus more on what we expect this coming weekend. We hope you join us then!