First Warning Forecast: Tracking summertime heat and storms

James Marshall
June 30, 2020

Mostly sunny. Stray PM storm?

Wednesday: Showers likely, especially in the mid-afternoon.

Today will be hot, humid, and breezy with Heat Index values between 100-104! All within the 70s for the next 24 - 48 hours! A rumble of thunder is possible. Some storms may be pulse-like in nature that produce torrential rainfall, gusty outflow wind gusts, small hail and frequent lightning. See 5% probability for severe winds below. It is very hard to predict exactly when and where these storms will develop, keep an eye on the radar and make sure your WAFF48 Weather App is programmed to you location.

That same Marginal Risk for Nashville remains for much of Wednesday. Partly cloudy, warm and slightly more humid tomorrow night, with lows right around 70 degrees. The biggest threat will be damaging straight line winds. There will be several spots that get very little if any rain at all for the next 8 days.

Will We Ever See the Sun?

SUNDAY: Hot and muggy with a mix of sun and clouds. Some models predict the clouds will move out on Friday. Partly cloudy, with a low around 76.

Tomorrow (Monday): Mostly sunny and warm again on Monday, but with a noticeable drop in humidity levels.

Mostly sunny, with a high near 97.

Another warm and summer-like day on tap for Tuesday.

Independence Day: Mostly sunny, a slight chance of showers and storms.

Saturday night: Partly Cloudy with lows in the 70s.

Monday night: Warm and muggy, some showers.

Today: There are indications clouds will be increasing through the morning which will give a mix of sun and clouds to the area with highs in the upper 80s-mid 90s.

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