Looking towards the rest of our afternoon and evening, the models are overly exaggerating a pre-frontal line of storms projected to impact our area this afternoon. Nashville's NWS radar is displaying no evidence of what the models are showing for this hour, so we will continue to monitor the reflectivity. As for the frontal passage tonight, this is the bigger focus for the day. The models are projecting it to pass through the area late this evening with the focus between 10PM to Midnight. This cold front will bring a greater chance of measurable precipitation and stronger winds than this afternoons disturbance. Behind the front will be much cooler and drier air in time to enjoy Grandparent's Day on Sunday with highs ranging in the lower to mid 70’s and lows dipping into the mid 50’s for your weekend.
Below is the HRRR Model image showing the projected frontal passage for tonight around Midnight
Forecaster: Austin Boys