Most of us are waking up to clouds this morning. Here’s the view downtown in Nashville, as of 8:30am.
Southern Middle Tennessee is where the most sunshine is…
News 4’s 4WARN Live Doppler Radar shows a few showers and thundershowers moving eastward along the TN/KY line now, too:
It’s not as cool outdoors this morning as yesterday was. Temperatures are in the 60s and lower 70s, versus the 50s of yesterday.
Through the day, the clouds will break up some, allowing through some sunshine. That’ll warm temperatures into the 80s.
Showers and thunderstorms will become more widespread late this afternoon and this evening. A couple storms could be severe around dinnertime, especially north and west of Nashville. The Storm Prediction Center has put western Middle Tennessee in a “Marginal Threat” for severe weather. All that means is the severe threat is low, but not zero.
Take a look at FUTURECAST and how the rain will progress late today, tonight, and into tomorrow…
If you want to go to the Putnam County Fair today, the weather looks good overall. Rain chance over eastern Middle Tennessee is 30%. It’s 40% for the I-65 corridor…and 50% over western Middle Tennessee. That chance for rain increases this evening though.
As we head down the road through this week, the rain chance will decrease some, but not go away completely.
Don’t miss the #TotalSolarEclipse forecast coming up on News 4 at 8:45am!