Today – Mostly Cloudy – Low 43
Clouds increase tonight. Nothing to worry about.
Thursday – Some Clouds; Warmer – High 64
6am 44 . 9am 52 . Noon 61 . 3pm 63 . 6pm 59 . 9pm 56
More clouds pile on in, but overall, it’ll be a nice day.
Friday – Rain – Morning Low 42, High 63
6am 52 . 9am 55 . Noon 59 . 3pm 60 . 6pm 54 . 9pm 50
Moisture + approaching cold front = Rain. Good news: no severe weather.
Hi-Res NAM model Friday 3 am – noon:
Saturday – Rain Early, Cold Front Arrives – Morning Low 43, High 47
The rain will clear out by mid-day Saturday. The cold front will sweep through and bring in an arctic blast!
Our NWS is expecting about an inch of rain.
WPC predicts 0.9″ – 1″ through Saturday 6 am:
Sunday – COLD – Morning Low 24, High 37
Get ready for the deep chill!
Next Week — Wintry Precip?
This time of year we get questions from concerned fathers (like Steve Malone of East Tennessee), such as: “Will my daughter be able to safely travel home for Thanksgiving?”
Tuesday, a rainmaker is predicted (by the GFS) to pass to our south:
Remember, this is just one weather model, waaaaay too far away to be especially meaningful, and it will change.
The European model passes the rainmaker to our south, and it drops some flakes in Middle Tennessee, but comically it says everyone but us will see some snow. We get jack squat! Behold total snowfall through Thanksgiving:
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