The rain chance the next several days will be typical for this time of year. Meanwhile, after a couple days in the 80s, temperatures in the 90s are about to return.
Outdoors as of 4:30pm, there are just a few showers, mainly south and east of Nashville.
Temperatures were a smidge below average — in the 80s.
Humidity was typical, with dew points in the 60s.
Tonight, spotty showers will fizzle quickly once the sun sets. By morning, a few spots of fog will be possible, but it’ll be dry.
The weather pattern right now shows the system that has affected us over the last couple of days is finally pushing eastward into East Tennessee. As that continues to happen over the next few days, a set up will develop that just supports isolated pop-up showers and thunderstorms each afternoon and early evening. Meanwhile, with less rain and cloud cover, we’ll have more heat.
FUTURECAST shows the break down of tomorrow.
Temperatures tomorrow will begin in the 60s and end in the 80s.
Join Lisa Spencer this evening on News4, beginning at 5pm. She’ll give you an updated look at the rain ongoing in our area. She’ll also share her latest thoughts on this coming weekend.