After a very hot summer so far with dozens of day in the 90s, we’ll get a little break from brutal heat both today and tomorrow!
Outdoors as of 7am temperatures were still mainly in the 60s.
It was sunny over Nashville and most of Middle Tennessee.
….but clouds were racing in from the north.
The clouds and rain showers we expect later today will be what holds down temperatures. A light northwest breeze will also contribute. Notice it’ll be hottest well southwest of Nashville today, where clouds will take the longest to reach.
FUTURECAST shows how the showers will progress today and linger into this evening. I expect a couple of showers to hang around to dawn tomorrow. Watch out on the Cumberland Plateau for spots of very dense fog. The highest elevations could have visibility down around zero around sunrise, Monday.
Lows tonight will be in the 60s.
Highs tomorrow will be similar to today’s — mid 70s to mid 80s.
FUTURECAST for tomorrow shows scattered showers again, though a little more patchy.
Tuesday’s best rain chance will be east of I-65. The entire area will remain mostly dry on Wednesday through Friday. Then, scattered showers and thunderstorms will move back in for next weekend.
Watch Lisa Spencer today at 5pm. She’ll show you where the rain is and where it’s headed next on Real Time Red Radar.