Wet Start but Spring to Take Hold

Last night a low pressure system moved through our region bringing with it the rain that occurred into early this morning. As for the rest of the day, expect mostly cloudy skies with a chance of some remnant showers extending down from our north. As seen below from RadarScope, the only showers are isolated to our south just east of Nashville.

RadarScope Super-Res Reflectivity

As for what we can expect the rest of the week, a high pressure system is making its way to the south and east eventually settling in the Great Lakes region. This will allow us some Spring time weather of sunny skies and “warm” temperatures. You can expect clouds to begin decreasing this afternoon and overnight leaving behind mostly sunny skies Tuesday. Temperatures will be a bit cooler Tuesday, as we have had the passage of a cold front. Luckily, temperatures will feel very pleasant by the end of the week with high’s to be in the 70’s Thursday and Friday.

NAM 12km Model 12z Run (Tropical Tidbits)


Today (3/25): Mostly cloudy with a chance of some remnant scattered showers
High: 61
Low: 33
Tonight: Cloudy early with clouds decreasing overnight

Tuesday (3/26): Cooler but mostly sunny skies
High: 56
Low: 31
Tuesday Night: Clear and chilly

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