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Published on April 24, 2024
Nashville Weather Forecast: Mix of Sun, Showers, and Rising TemperaturesSource: Google Street View

The weather in Nashville is setting the stage for a mix of sun and showers over the next week. According to the National Weather Service, today's skies, which have been overcast since morning, are expected to clear up, boasting a high of 75 degrees with mild winds shifting from west to north. The humidity, hanging heavily at 88%, promises to give way as the city transitions into a clearer evening with a cool low of 47 degrees.

Forecasters warn Nashvillians to enjoy the mostly clear skies tonight because there is a chance of patchy showers arriving by Thursday night. The odds stand at a 30 percent chance, mostly after 2 a.m., but the day should remain sunny with a temperate high around 76. Winds will stay steady from the east-northeast, resonating at a gentle 5 mph.

As we head into the weekend, the weather appears to fluctuate, starting on Friday with another 30 percent chance of showers and possible thunderstorms before 2 p.m. As it rolls into the evening, the forecast suggests an uptick in temperatures, reaching a high near 82 degrees during the day and only slightly dipping to a nighttime low around 67. The wind, hailing from the south, will pick up to between 15 and 20 mph, with potential gusts as high as 25 mph.

Outdoor plans for Saturday might be met with strong breezes, as the forecast calls for a partly sunny day with highs flirting with the mid-80s. For the ones looking to enjoy the evening outdoors, sitting with a low around 67, the winds may prove to be boisterous, reaching speeds up to 20 mph. "Sunday will continue in this warm pattern, maintaining mostly sunny conditions with the mercury rising possibly to 85 degrees," according to the NWS.

However, not all is calm in the Music City, for as Monday approaches, the chance for showers and thunderstorms elevates to 50 percent. This pattern is expected to persist through Tuesday, with the weather oscillating between thunderstorms and moments of sunshine, holding the high temperatures around the low 80s. This prediction casts a shadow of unpredictability over early May outdoor activities for residents and visitors alike.