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Just add a little more sunshine and here’s how it looks now (8:09 AM)…refreshing! 🙂
Patchy fog has been the trend in localized spots but ample sunshine will burn it off quickly.
Clear skies pave way for another chilly start to our morning, with temperatures in the upper 30s to mid 40s around town…
Not long before you can ditch the jacket as we climb into the upper 70s by late afternoon, nine degrees above average…
If you’re looking for some fun plans to do with the family tonight, head down to Nissan Stadium, where ‘Light the Night’ is happening! This event raises money and awareness for Leukemia. Weather will be nothing short of perfect. Clear skies, comfortable lower 70s and crisp air.
You can also head to Gallatin for Touchdown Friday! Looks like football hoodie weather to me. Upper 60s at kickoff and lower 60s by half time.
High pressure keeps us nice and dry through the first half of Sunday but you’ll notice the increase in cloud cover throughout the day on Sunday!
A developing system over the Pacific northwest continues pushing east, becoming a cold front and bringing our next decent soaking of rain late Sunday into Monday with lingering showers into Tuesday.
Though severe weather is not anticipated at this time, we could see some heavy downpours at times. The main impact will be a significant drop in temperatures.
I expect our western counties to get the bulk of the activity, with rainfall totals as high as 4″ when all is said and done by Tuesday evening.
Low 80s on Saturday, down to the upper 50s by Wednesday. That’s big drop!
I’ll be tracking the rain on Monday morning helping you get out the door on News 4 at 4. Hope you join me! Have wonderful weekend!
-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren