There’s seldom a dull moment in Middle Tennessee for weather. The next week will back up that claim.
This morning is pleasant with lots of sunshine! Here’s the view downtown as of 8am.
Temperatures are in the 60s and low 70s.
If you want to spend time at the pool or lake today, try to mobilize that way this morning. It’s gorgeous now and will stay that way for a while. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will gradually develop this afternoon and linger into this evening. The best rain chance will be over southeastern Middle Tennessee. I expect the lowest chance over our northwestern communities.
As I said yesterday, if you’re going to cook out, set up the food indoors. You’d hate to get soggy buns!
Take a look at FUTURECAST for today, which shows how storms will develop.
Tomorrow will be similar to today, but all areas have an even chance for rain — 50%.
Then comes Tuesday. Tuesday will be usually wet, as what’s left of Subtropical Storm Alberto pays a visit to Middle Tennessee.
As of 9am today, Alberto had maximum sustained wind of 45 mph. From a satellite/radar perspective it looked better organized than yesterday. It’ll strike the western Florida panhandle Monday afternoon. Then, count on it rolling right over Tennessee Tuesday night.
After Alberto exits to the north, the end of the week will begin to dry out some and turn hotter. Next weekend will start with dry weather on Saturday and temperatures in the 90s!
Watch us on News4 at 8-9am. We show you a live view of Real Time Red Radar to show you if any showers are getting a jump start on the day.