Scattered showers and thunderstorms have been the trend today! Some were strong enough to reach severe criteria with damaging wind as the greatest impact. The last warning was issued for Williamson and Hickman counties but good news! The warning has officially expired and the remainder (circled in white) is what is left — some heavy rain and rumbles of thunder, continuing to weaken on an easterly path.
If you’re heading out and about for Saturday night plans, be sure to download our handy ‘WSMV WX’ app! You can pop oen our radar and track the rain while you are on the go. On the plus side, it is FREE!
Current temperatures (5:51 pm) are a clear indicator of areas that are seeing more clouds versus sunshine… Southwestern counties are hogging the sunshine, in the upper 80s to lower 90s! Areas north and east have some relief from the heat, in the upper 60 to middle 70-degree range.
Muggineess…for everyone! This trend will carry on into the next workweek.
Showers and storms continue to diminish in number, from west towards the east this evening. In fact, I expect the bulk of the activity to be out of our hair by around 8 pm. Here’s what Futurecast has to say…
Now let’s talk about the remainder of the weekend! Sunday morning is looking fantastic for any outdoor plans! By the afternoon, high humidity will do its thing to spark a few spotty showers and thunderstorms but not a washout by any means…
After that? An unsettled pattern makes itself comfortable Monday, through the remainder of the workweek. Each day, showers and thunderstorms can be expected at some point.
I’ll be diving further into depth with the timing coming up on Channel 4 at 10 tonight. Hope you join me!
-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren