Today, we are on the tail end of the upper level low that has kept off and on rain chances around for the last several days.
This afternoon, most of the activity should be in our eastern counties, and with some steamy sunshine in Nashville (and only an isolated pop up storm chance), highs should reach the mid 80s.
By Monday and Tuesday, our upper level low is replaced by an upper level ridge of high pressure.
Upper level ridges have warm air underneath them, so on Monday and Tuesday, we are going to call for our first 90 degree temperatures of the year.
By Wednesday, some storms will push in ahead of our next cold front. Some of those storms could become strong or severe, so we will watch that situation carefully as the week unfolds.
By Friday into next weekend, temperatures should back off into the upper 70s to near 80 for highs.