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Winter Weather Advisory Canceled; High Temp Mon Afternoon: 7

Current Official Hourly Observation:

5:30 PM Update

We still may see some snow tonight. The cold front as arrived, and now “back edge” precip has developed, which may be changing to snow.

Additional info will be found on Twitter @NashSevereWx.

4:30 PM Update

Tonight  –  COLD

6p 39 . 9p 24 . 12a 17 . 3a 12 

Wind Chills:  6p 34 . 9p 11 . 12a 3 . 3a -4 

The Winter Weather Advisory has been cancelled for snow. 1/2″ may still accumulate, but that’s unlikely. All the models the last few days were at least calling for a dusting, but even that appears unlikely.

We remain under a Wind Advisory for sustained winds at 15 – 25 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph.

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HRRR model had snow arriving at 6 PM this evening (below Sunday 4 pm – 11 pm), but recent radar trends do not support this solution.

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However, a FLASH FREEZE is still a concern for tonight as temps tumble below freezing. Anything wet will freeze within a couple hours once temps fall below 32 degrees.

Monday – *Wind Chill Warning*  – Dangerous Cold  Morning Low 3 / High 7 (Actually, we’ll reach our high temp at 12:01 AM Monday: 17).

Temps: 6a . 9a 4 . 12p 6 . 3p 6 . 6p 5 . 9p 4

Wind Chills:  6a -13 . 9a -14 . 12p . -12 . 3p -11 . 6p -12 . 9p -12

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Tuesday – *Wind Chill Advisory* – Bitter Cold  Morning Low 1 / Afternoon High 17

Temps: 6a . 9a 7 . 12p 14 . 3p 17 . 6p 16 . 9p 15

Wind Chills:  6a -10 . 9a -4 . 12p . 5 . 3p 8 . 6p 6 . 9p 4

Extended Official NWS Forecast:

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Questions? We’re on Twitter @NashSevereWx.

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