Weekend Weather And Happenings

This weekend is off to a chilly and damp start. It was so cool today, that we set a record for the coldest high, it only reached 54 today. That is almost 20 degrees below the average high for an early May day.



Now for the rain…there is more light rain expected tonight mainly east of I-65.  Overnight the rain will end and the sky will clear somewhat.  Tomorrow should start on a dry note, but more rain will move in during the afternoon, especially east of I-65. It will be a littel breezy too. Here is the latest depiction from Futurecast.

Both Saturday and Sunday morning lows will be in the mid 40s and afternoon highs will be near 70.  But Sunday is the best day of the weekend by far with sunshine making a big return. The drier pattern continues through Monday and Tuesday.  Temperatures will be on the rise.


It’s that time of year there are a lot of fun things going on…many outside.  Here are a few.

The Third Annual Historic Granville Cornbread & Moonshine Festival will be on May 6th with a full day of activities.  It will begin with a cornbread contest at 9:00 a.m. You will also be able to see Eller Grist Mill operating.  Craftsmen Demonstrations of basket weavers, loom operating, blacksmith, broom making, chair bottoming, pottery making will also take place at the event held in Granville.Moonshine Festival

Old Timers Day is Saturday, established 59 year ago to honor “Old Timers” within the Dickson County. The festival includes a series of musical events, various “old time” games, kids’ corner and the Robert Spicer Memorial Buck dance competition. There will be a quilt show, a Civil War demonstration and other history demonstrations.  There will events set up in downtown Dickson from 6am to 6pm.

The Nashville Sounds are back in town tomorrow night.  I would take a poncho and a jacket to be on the safe side.


Sunday Mt. Juliet is having a bicycle ride.  The weather will be wonderful.  The event takes place from 2-4pm.


I’ll have an update on Channel 4 News at 4pm.

Lisa Spencer




About Lisa Spencer

Lisa Spencer is the chief meteorologist at WSMV Channel 4 Nashville. You can catch her weathercasts weekdays at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6:30pm and 10pm.
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