As we’re approaching first day of fall, it will heat back up later this week. Also, it will be pretty dry for the remainder of the week and weekend. I know most of you are waiting for fall weather, but stay cool and hydrated as it becomes hotter.
Today- Mostly cloudy with patchy fog in morning, Hi- 77
Tonight- Mostly cloudy, Lo- 61
Wednesday (Hump Day!)- Mostly cloudy, Hi- 80
Wednesday night- Mostly cloudy, Lo- 64
Thursday- Partly sunny, Hi- 86
Thursday night- Partly cloudy, Lo- 66
Friday- Mostly sunny, Hi- 89
Friday night- Partly cloudy, Lo- 67
Saturday- Sunny, Hi- 88
Saturday night- Mostly clear, Lo- 67
Sunday- Sunny, Hi- 88
Sunday night- Mostly clear, Lo- 67
Monday- Sunny, Hi- 86
I will discuss more on Hurricane Florence Thursday. So far, Florence remains at Category 4, which was upgraded yesterday. However, it is still possible that it will become a Category 5 at some point today or this week prior to forecasted landfall Friday morning. The main concern with the landfall is excessive about rainfall and flooding in some portion of east U.S., but middle Tennessee, so far, is unlikely to see any significant impact from Florence.
Forecast is from NWS Nashville and updates on Florence are from the National Hurricane Center and The Weather Channel.
I am a trained NWS spotter, and this blog is meant to be informative on weather topics. It is also meant to have light humor and commentary on weather-related topics.