Clouds hung tough again across the mid-state today as the easterly flow from the Atlantic remained. Clouds should break up a little more tomorrow, and this should allow our afternoon highs to shoot well into the mid 80s for tomorrow and Wednesday. Things should remain dry until around Thursday and Friday, when a cold front settling down toward the area will increase chances of showers and thunderstorms across the area. No severe weather is expected at this time, but we are nearing our fall tornado season... when we have to watch the passage of each cold front very carefully. Things clear out and cool down behind the cold front over the weekend, with highs in the mid to upper 60s and overnight lows between 45 and 52.
Your Hometown Forecast.
City | Conditions | High | Low |
Nashville | Mostly Sunny | 84 | 61
Cookeville | Mostly Sunny | 82 | 56
Clarksville | Partly Sunny | 83 | 59
Lawrenceburg | Mostly Sunny | 84 | 58
Manchester | Sunny | 83 | 57