The taste of September we’ve enjoyed the last couple of days is about to come to an end.
Temperatures only climbed into the mid 70s – mid 80s over the last two days, thanks to lots of clouds, occasional showers, and just a generally cooler airmass. Outdoors as of 7pm tonight it was warm, but not hot.
Overnight, the last of the ongoing sprinkles will dissipate. Here’s a look at Real Time Red as of 7pm.
By dawn, it’ll turn variably cloudy with fog developing along the Cumberland Plateau. There, it could become quite dense around sunrise.
Highs tomorrow will be a smidge higher than today. Mid 80s will be more common.
FUTURECAST shows that the “rain machine” will be shutting down tomorrow. The only area likely to get some rain will be the Cumberland Plateau. Very isolated showers are possible elsewhere.
The mid-late part of the week will be even drier, with most of Middle Tennessee remaining rain-free.
With that, temperatures will be on the rise. We’ll have near 90-degree highs on Wednesday. Highs should get to 90 on Thursday. Then upper 80s will be common again as we round out the week and kick off this weekend.
You probably noticed rain will become increasingly likely by the end of the weekend. Watch Lisa Spencer tonight on News4 at 10pm to learn more about that.