After a relatively cool late winter and early spring, this week will be the opposite — sunny, dry, and transitioning from warm to hot!
This morning, we tied the record low of 37 in Nashville. It’s possible we even beat it (the official low isn’t yet in). Regardless, as of 9am we’ve already warmed well into the 50s!
Highs this afternoon will be a solid 40 degrees higher than lows this morning.
Count on 100% of the possible sunshine, with just a high cloud or two coming in later today.
This shows downtown at 9am.
Notice how little there is for active weather over our part of the country…
Tonight won’t be as cold as last night. Lows will be around 50 instead.
Highs tomorrow afternoon with a stronger southerly wind will be in the upper 70s and lower 80s. If you’ll be going to the polls in Nashville tomorrow, take a bottle of water and lather on sunscreen in case you’re stuck in line outdoors for a while.
With a mainly clear sky in the forecast for a while to come, we’ll have a very nice passing of the International Space Station this Wednesday morning! It’ll look like a bright star moving steadily through the sky, between 5:11am and 5:15am. It’ll enter your field of view from the southwest and exit to the northeast.
Rain will roll back into the area on Friday in the form of scattered showers and thunderstorms. A few showers will likely linger into Saturday, too.
Be sure to watch News4 at Noon, later today. We’ll have an even clearer vision of the rain expected for late this week and the start of the weekend.