After a warm start to the weekend (yesterday’s high was 86), showers and thunderstorms will push through along a cold front today. Then, temperatures will tumble to get us back to more typical mid fall-like conditions. I hear applause from some….and boooos from others.
As of 7am on this Sunday, it’s mild and humid.
There’s a light south breeze blowing in some clouds in many areas. Here’s the view over downtown Nashville.
Notice the rain headed our way for later. It’s quickly approaching the bootheel of Missouri.
As that system pushes through the Mid State expect just scattered showers until it slides east of I-65 this afternoon. Then, a few thunderstorms will form up with some heavier downpours for eastern Middle Tennessee. FUTURECAST shows that.
Temperatures will warm in Nashville until about midday, and then cool considerably.
Tomorrow will be bright, but feel more like November. Be sure to take a jacket if you’re going to the Titans game tomorrow night, too!
Come Tuesday morning, I expect patchy frost will form. Lows will be in the 30s and 40s.
Join us on News 4 this morning from 8am until 9am for an updated look at the rain headed our way. We’ll share more specifics on where frost is most likely for Tuesday.