Monday Night Rain; Peek at Music City Marathon Forecast

David —  Sunday, April 20, 2014 5:32 pm

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Current Radar Loop

Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

MondayEvening Rain, Few Thunderstorms – Wake Up 54, High 78

We’ll start Monday dry, but afternoon clouds will gather ahead of the next rain event.

Below is the Hi-Res NAM’s Simulated Radar as of 4 PM Monday. It shows scattered rain and thunderstorms beginning around rush hour/dusk Monday evening. Rain chances will continue into Tuesday morning, courtesy of the cold front approaching from our NW.

Lightning will be isolated. No strong or severe thunderstorms are expected.

TuesdayMorning Rain, Then Clearing – Wake Up 59, High 73

Rain will continue during the wee hours Tuesday morning, ending before noon. Rain totals Monday night / Tuesday morning will be modest. Only about 0.20″ total is expected.

Music City Marathon – Start 55, Finish 70

A questionable chance of rain/storms exists Friday, but right now, Saturday seems rain-free. Notice in the GFS, below, that rain is expected to the south.

Remember, this is a more than 72-hours-away forecast, subject to chance, all disclaimers apply.

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