What a difference a day makes! While many of you had torrential downpours and flash flooding this time yesterday, today, fog, sunshine, and a few clouds are all we’re dealing with.
This is the view over downtown Nashville as of 7:50am.
We have a mix of clouds & sunshine over Carthage, Brentwood, and outside the Saint Henry School, too.
Meanwhile, dense fog lingers for some. The view below is in Monteagle, in southeastern Middle Tennessee.
Temperatures are typical of a July morning.
It’s still muggy, too! Current dew points in the mid 60s to lower 70s reflect that. Later today, people in our northernmost communities may feel a slight drop in humidity as dew points there drop into the lower 60s.
Hey….have you heard? It’s National Ice Cream Day! In 1984, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed July as National Ice Cream Month. He designated the third Sunday of July as National Ice Cream Day. SO….consider doing an ice cream sundae face plant this afternoon :)! Weather will be perfect for it.
Looking for something fun to do this evening? The Brentwood “Concert in the Park” Series continues tonight with the 80s cover band, Rubik’s Groove! There will be food trucks, so you can get dinner or snacks. Music starts at Brentwood’s Crockett Park at 7pm. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and enjoy the warm evening…
Most areas will stay dry today. There’s just the slightest rain chance over southern Middle Tennessee.
Unlike yesterday, FUTURECAST is behaving well today. Notice how a few showers develop late this morning across the southern tier.
As the new work week begins, temperatures will take off into the 90s for highs. Join Alan Frio and me on Channel 4 News Today…between 8am and 9am…for more on that.