After a dry start to Saturday, expect the rain to push in during the early afternoon near the Tennessee River and late afternoon for Nashville.
The top graphic to the right is the HRRR model, one of the short range experimental models. It's timing looks pretty good to me.
We'll see a few t'storms in the mix overnight tonight, though no widespread severe weather is expected.
A warm front will push temperatures to the mid 60s for most of us late this afternoon, after a cool start.
Easter Sunday should start out wet, but some models are indicating the activity in our counties south and east of Nashville during the afternoon. That is not a lock, so we'll keep you posted.
Highs on Sunday will be in the upper 60s to near 70 Sunday afternoon.