Another round of rain and thunderstorms moving across Middle Tennessee tonight. Some of those storms could be strong to severe. The southern part of the mid state is in a “Marginal Risk” area for the potential of severe storms. That is a one on a 1-5 scale. Widespread severe weather is not expected.
Thunderstorms could develop as an area of low pressure moves along the front that passed by earlier today. After the low passes by by the thunderstorms risk will end. Rain will continue for at least the first part of Tuesday. Showers will diminish to just some isolated areas by afternoon. Here is the latest depiction.
Tomorrow will be similar to today with afternoon highs around 60° in Nashville.
Isolated to spotty showers are in store Wednesday and Thursday before drier air filters in by Thursday afternoon. That dry weather will remain in place through Saturday. Wednesday will be the coolest day in the low 50s. Temperatures moderate a little by the start of the weekend. Right now Friday and Saturday look dry with a few spotty showers for Sunday.
We are in the homestretch for collecting coats for Warm Coats from Warm Hearts. You can still drop off coats at Granny White Pike Church of Christ. Coats should be clean. Saturday is the drop off day. If you know someone who needs a winter coat please let them know.
I’ll have an update on the weather on News 4 at 10pm.