Rain and thundershowers moved into Davidson County early Thursday morning and are expected to linger throughout some of the day, just as the CMA Festival kicks off.
A 60 percent rain chance is expected throughout the morning, but it is expected to diminish to 20 percent from mid-morning through the afternoon. Dry weather is expected this evening and tonight.
High temperatures today will be limited to the low or mid-80s, but it will remain awfully muggy.
Friday looks mainly dry with just a 20 percent rain chance. The afternoon is expected to be in the lower 80s and a bit less humid. Saturday should be completely dry as a small area of high pressure means even less humidity. It will remain warm with highs back in the lower 80s.
Sunday looks hot and humid in the upper 80s. The afternoon and evening brings back a 30 percent chance of thundershowers during the final night of the CMA Festival concert at LP Field.
Stick with Nashville's News 2 throughout the day online and at 4, 5, 6, and 10 p.m. for an updated forecast.