Tonight/Overnight – Rain Approaching
Rain looks like it will hold off until we’re asleep. By 4 a.m. Tuesday, it’ll start slowly dragging through middle Tennessee, and may linger into the morning commute:
Tuesday – Light, Cold Morning Rain, then Partly Cloudy
Wake Up 46 Mid-Morning 54 Lunch 60 High 62 Late 50
(I’m about to take a hard right turn, but don’t worry, I’ll quickly get you back to Tuesday’s weather . . . )
Because we’re moving into the Fall Severe Weather Season, today our NWS resumed weekly weather briefings. Their first graphic was about severe weather:
However, there is no severe weather in the forecast for the next few weeks. Instead, the news at the briefing was the cold temps. Tuesday will be our last “mild” day for a while.
Wednesday – Saturday: Getting Colder!
Wednesday morning temps may be in the mid-30s:
On top of that, a north wind will be driving the wind chill into legitimate cold temps Wednesday morning.
Wednesday’s high: 52.
Wake Up/High Temps
Saturday 32/61 – NWS thinks cold temps may end the growing season Saturday morning, when a hard freeze is possible.
Next Week – October 28 to Nov 3 – Still Cold!
No cold weather relief is in sight. There is a high probability temps will be below the norm for this time of year:
Along with the colder-than-normal temps, we will likely see more rain than normal (1″):
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