The latest computer models show the upper ridge that has remainded sprawled across the southeastern U. S. for a good part of June beginning to show signs of retrograding westward and becoming centered over the central and southern plains by the of the month. This pattern change which will allow temperatures across Middle Tennessee to back off from the mid and upper 90s and into the upper 80s as we near the end of June. Early July temperatures will start out close to normal. Normal high for July 1st in Nashville is 88 degrees and the normal low is 68 degrees.
Above chart shows the hottest first 3 weeks of any June on record for Nashville, Tennessee
June of 2010 is on track to be one of the hottest Junes on record in Nashville. Temperatures through the first 22 days of June are averaging 6.2 degrees above normal. This has been the hottest first 3 weeks of any June in the last 57 years (since 1953).
NWS Nashville, TN
Last update June 22nd 2010