The unusually hot weather we’ve had for the last week and a half is about to come to an end, finally. Our days in the 90s are numbered….at least for 2017!
Outdoors early on this Monday, it’s sunny and warm already.
Temperatures are soaring through the 70s.
There are just a few clouds over eastern Middle Tennessee, being funneled in on the western fringe of Hurricane Maria.
Like the last several days, I expect a high this afternoon in the lowermost 90s.
In the pattern we’re in right now, we’ll have very little rain developing this afternoon. Rain chance is just 10%. FUTURECAST doesn’t show much popping up, even during the hottest part of today.
Tomorrow, we’ll have a near repeat with dry conditions for most and a high around 90. Wednesday will fare the same. Then the long awaited (by many of you) cool down begins on Thursday.
The next several days will be relatively sunny…
The evenings will follow suit with a starry sky. That means we’ll have fantastic conditions to see the International Space Station fly over during the next two nights.
Tonight’s pass will be just okay….climbing about a 1/3 up the sky from the horizon. It’ll last two minutes. If you want to see it, look toward the western sky at 8:28pm. The Space Station will look like a steadily moving bright star as it travels toward the northwestern sky, before disappearing from view.
Tomorrow night’s pass will be even more spectacular, lasting a full six minutes. That fly over will peak almost straight above our heads (near the zenith (highest point in the sky))!
Notice how by Friday, the rain chance won’t change much but temperatures will! Fall feeling weather will linger through this coming weekend, too.
Join us on News 4 at Noon today. We’ll talk more about these expected weather changes…and will track any isolated showers popping up on 4WARN Live Doppler Radar.