Flash flooding to Extreme Heat!

Showers and thunderstorms hammered Middle Tennessee this morning, leaving behind a complete wash out for some. Flash Flood Warnings led to pictures like the one below…snapped by Channel 4 viewer Jennifer of Hendersonville.

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If you’re ready for a break in the rain, you’re in for a treat! Things are headed in a very dry direction for the remainder of the weekend.

Here’s a peak at our weather headlines…

DAPHNE HEADLINES

Though the rain has cleared, enough moisture from a passing cold front combines with light winds to develop patchy fog overnight…VIDEO RADAR

If you’ve been outside at any point today, your clothes may have stuck to your body, hair frizzed up into an afro, glasses fogged up the moment you stepped out the door…sound familiar? 🙂 Here’s why…WSMV DMA DEWPOINT STILL1

With dew point in the low to upper 70s, humidity is UP THERE!DAPHNE MUGGY METER

A touch of relief is on the way tomorrow…daphne RPM 4KM DEW POINTDAPHNE MUGGY METER2

Still humid but tolerable!

Whether you’re waking up early for church, getting lawn chores done, or just headed out for a morning run, the weather is on your side! Seasonable lower 70s, rain-free, less muggy with some patchy fog…enjoy!coffee

There is plenty to do around town! Here’s a few…

The sixth season of Jazz on the Cumberland will be fun for the whole family. It goes from 5:30 pm to 8: 00 pm at the Cumberland Park in Nashville. Live music, and delicious food. Blankets and lawn chairs are of course welcome.

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Red, White and Brew is another fun one! It starts at 2 PM and goes until 5 PM at Tennessee Brew Works… event new2

Last but not least, tomorrow is National Ice Cream Day! With highs in the 90s, a refreshing treat indeed.Daphne event

Speaking of 90s, extreme heat will keep us company for awhile. Heat indices climb well up into the triple digits, especially towards the end of the week. I’ll be diving further in depth with this coming up on News 4 at 10 tonight! Be sure to join Meteorologist Dan Thomas bright and early tomorrow morning.

-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren

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