Warming Up. Wet Next Week. Storms. Snow?

Bobby McIllece —  Friday, February 27, 2015 4:22 pm

Current Temps and Radar

Overnight . . .

. . . we will become mostly cloudy with temps dipping into the lower 20′s.

Saturday – Warming – Wake Up 24°, High 44°

Winds will slowly shift from northerly to southerly throughout the day. This means clouds, with temps to reach the 40′s!

The National Weather Service gives Middle Tennessee a slight chance for showers overnight

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Sunday – Warmer & Rainy – Wake Up 35°, High 52°

Rain chances will continue into Sunday, with temps reaching the 50′s!

We expect rain to start during the late afternoon/early evening hours, lasting through the overnight hours.

Raining . . .

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The GFS is showing a line of heavy showers moving through overnight into Monday morning.

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Extended:

Lots of rain is in our future …But so are temps in the mid 60′s!

Thunderstorms are likely Tuesday, but it’s way too soon to say whether they may be severe.

Next week will be wet. Really wet. Expecting over 2″ of rain through Wednesday night.

Also, there’s a small chance of snow Wednesday night into Thursday morning. NWS summed it up this way: “We could very well go from highs in the upper 60°s Tuesday…to a low in the teens with wintry precip by Thursday morning.”

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