Author Archives: Lisa Spencer

About Lisa Spencer

Lisa Spencer is the chief meteorologist at WSMV Channel 4 Nashville. You can catch her weathercasts weekdays at 5pm, 6pm and 10pm.

Weekend Weather and Happenings

Beautiful start to this holiday weekend with sunshine and an unseasonably warm high in Nashville of 88 degrees. That is all about to change with an approaching weather system. I have issued a 4WARN Weather Alert for Saturday and Sunday. … Continue reading

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Nice Treat before Rain Returns

Fantastic day today…feeling like fall.  The rain moved out early and the sun started to peek through.  With a light northwest breeze the high in Nashville only reached 75 degrees. It was a nice treat after on and off rain … Continue reading

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Weather Changes, Eclipse & Space Station

A mix of clouds, sun and rain today.  The afternoon temperatures hovered near 78 this afternoon.  But some cooler air is on the way.  There will be a few showers this evening, but overnight toward dawn more widespread rain moves … Continue reading

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Weekend Weather and Happenings

Wow, what an awful way to start of the morning today…there was extensive flooding in Sumner County today.  Some of the flooding photos and video look like 2010, but covering a smaller area. Rain has diminished across Middle Tennessee for … Continue reading

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Feeling like Summer

Today’s warm weather has me checking the calendar, afternoon temperatures are in the upper 80s, that’s 10 degrees above the average for this time of year.  An upper level ridge of high pressure is responsible for the dry hot trend. … Continue reading

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Weekend Weather and Happenings

After a rainy day, the rest of the weekend will be FANTASTIC!  Some spots got more than their fair share of rain, in a stretch from Cross Plains to Bethpage 4″-5″ was estimated on radar. This caused some flooding around … Continue reading

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Summery Pattern

It’s another beautiful day in the mid-state but with warmer temperatures.  A weak area of high pressure is keeping things sunny, dry and very warm. The average high for this time of year is 76 and highs in the mid-state … Continue reading

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