First Alert Forecast: Warm, mainly dry week continues
There’s only the slightest chance for a stray shower on Thursday over western parts of the Mid State.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Temperatures will climb above average starting on Wednesday.
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REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK:
This afternoon will be partly cloudy and beautiful. Temperatures will remain below average, in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Tonight will also be pleasant as temperatures tumble through the 70s, into the 50s and low 60s by morning.
After a little morning fog, Wednesday looks like another nice day. More clouds are expected in the afternoon, however.
Late Wednesday night through Thursday morning, a sprinkle or shower will be possible. Nashville’s rain chance will be quite low though -- 20%.
Brighter weather will then take over on Friday as the temperature climbs all the way to 86 degrees in Nashville.
Saturday will mostly sunny and warm. Temperatures will top off in the mid 80s, like on Friday.
A few more clouds are likely late Sunday. A late day shower or storm may move in, but a better rain chance will develop on Monday.
Showers and thundershowers will return to the Mid State on Monday.
Showers will linger for some into early Tuesday.
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