Refrigerate. Do Not Freeze.

Latest Official Hourly Observation:

Tonight – Above Freezing! – Overnight Low 36

Tuesday – Mostly Sunny –  Morning Low 36 / Afternoon High 49

6a 36 . 9a 40 . 12p 46 . 3p 48 . 6p 42 . 9p 39

Still above freezing!

Wednesday – Sunny & Really Warming-Up   Morning Low 28 / Afternoon High 57

6a 33 . 9a 41 . 12p 53 . 3p 57 . 6p 51 . 9p 46

The real warm up finally arrives. Jackets in the morning, long sleeve t-shirts in the afternoon.

Official NWS forecast:

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Weekend Storms

You can’t have temps in the 60s in December and get away with it.

Things get very active starting Friday.

SPC (Storm Prediction Center) believes there is a chance of severe weather sometime Saturday through Monday, but there’s too much uncertainty to issue official outlooks this far out.  Models continue to disagree.

GFS model 6 a.m. Friday through noon Sunday is a complete rainy mess:

Most of the rain will fall Saturday and Sunday.

Sunday afternoon or evening, a cold front is expected to pass through and clear us out. Temps will drop.

Still NO SNOW showing up on any of the model runs. Just won’t be cold enough.

Questions? We’re on Twitter @NashSevereWx.