The upper-level storm system that brought our rain during the middle of the week has moved off to the southeast, and high pressure is re-establishing itself across the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys. The next several days should be partly cloudy to mostly clear, with highs in the lower 80s... and overnight lows in the lower 60s. No chance of rain for the next few days, but that changes toward late Tuesday and especially Wednesday, as a cold front associated with a major winter storm in the Rockies and High Plains this weekend eventually makes it in this direction and washes out. We're not expecting any significant threat of severe weather with this system, and really, rain chances should only increase into the 20-30% range by mid-week next week...as the dynamics with the system will have been long gone into Canada...and any showers or thunderstorms will be scattered.
Friday Night Lights
If you're headed out to any high school football games across the area this evening, the weather will be absolutely great. Temperatures will be around the mid 70s for kickoff, dropping into the upper 60s to near 70 by 4th quarter. No rain and light winds are expected.
Your Hometown Forecast
City | Conditions | High | Low |
Nashville | Mostly Sunny | 82 | 61
Cookeville | Partly Cloudy | 81 | 60
Clarksville | Mostly Sunny | 80 | 62
Lawrenceburg | Mostly Sunny | 83 | 61
Manchester | Mostly Sunny | 82 | 62