The change in seasons — from summer to fall — is closing in quickly. On Friday at 3:02pm CDT autumn begins. However, you’d never know it from our weather. Summery conditions will linger through at least next weekend!
Early this Sunday morning (as of 7:30am), it’s quite mild.
It’s also very humid, with dew points in the 60s. Whenever the dew point is in the 60s, it feels stuffy outdoors.
There are also plenty of spots of dense fog. Look at 4WARN Live Doppler Radar in fog tracking mode. Fog is most widespread over western Middle Tennessee.
All fog will burn off by 8:30-9:00am. Then, it’ll become partly cloudy and hot. Highs will generally be in the mid-upper 80s.
FUTURECAST shows just a few showers developing this afternoon. Most of us will avoid rain though. The chance for a shower in your area is just 10%.
Searching for something fun to do today? These are good options:
Open Streets Nashville is essentially the closing of 12th Avenue South to cars and trucks. Motorized vehicles are prohibited in general. That means, you can go for a walk, bike ride, or run on 12th South (from the Gulch down through almost I-440) just for fun! It’s a movement brought about by Mayor Barry to activate people, strengthen business, and inspire public spaces. It starts at 2pm and ends at 6pm.
Today is the last day of the Tennessee State Fair. It’ll be hot, but well worth the visit!
Tonight is the second to last Jazz on the Cumberland. This free event features live jazz music at Cumberland Park between 5:30pm and 8:00pm. The last night for this in 2017 is October 15th.
Looking ahead, there will be more sunny days coming, but they’ll also be hot! I’ll talk more about that and have the latest on what could become our next major hurricane on News 4 airing between 8:00 and 9:00am. Please join us!