A rare June cold front is on the way that’ll drop humidity to levels we haven’t enjoyed for a while and knock 5-10 degrees off of temperatures!
Today though, expect more typical summertime heat. Outdoors as of 8am, temperatures were generally in the 70s.
It was very muggy, too. Notice dew points were around 70 which indicates it feels soupy outdoors.
As temperatures climb later today, isolated showers and thunderstorms will form mainly over the Cumberland Plateau and eastern Highland Rim. Here’s a look at expected highs this afternoon.
FUTURECAST shows how the best chance for rain and storms will lie over our eastern communities.
With the expected high heat & humidity and small rain chance, today will work nearly perfectly for the lake or pool!
Tonight, Nashville SC has a match vs. Penn FC at 7:30pm at First Tennessee Park. Weather for that couldn’t be much better.
If art’s more your thing, feel free to partake in the First Saturday Art Crawl on 5th Avenue in downtown Nashville. Most of the participating galleries will provide free wine and refreshments. That runs from 6-9pm.
Late tonight, a cold front will approach. Ahead of that front, a few showers and thunderstorms will develop. Some will linger into Sunday, too. By tomorrow afternoon, any lingering showers will be near or on the Cumberland Plateau. Meanwhile, slightly drier air will begin moving in elsewhere with a clearing sky, thanks to a developing light northwesterly breeze.
Monday and Tuesday morning look FABULOUS for June. Then, Wednesday & beyond, the heat and humidity will begin to build again, as CMA Fest & Bonnaroo get underway.
Watch News4 later today. Cody Murphy will track any thundershowers that have developed on Real Time Red Radar.