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Wake Up Temps: 13 (Wed), 14 (Thu), 9 (Fri)

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour) & Radar

Tonight  – Wind Chill at 9 PM: 1° – Midnight Temp 15

The flurries and winds will continue to diminish.

Wednesday –  “Warmest” Day of The Week – Morning Low 13 / Afternoon High 32

Temps: 6a 13 . 9a 19 . 12p 27 . 3p 31 . 6p 26 . 9p 21

Wind Chills:  6a 13 . 9a 19 . 12p 21 . 3p 24 . 6p 20 . 9p 14

If we don’t break the freezing mark, we will end up spending 3 full days (Wed, Thurs, & Fri) below 32. Our consecutive days below freezing record was set back in February 1895 (12!).

Another, reinforcing, arctic cold front arrives after midnight.

Thursday – So Freaking Cold & Windy  Morning Low 13 / Afternoon High 22

Temps: 6a 14 . 9a 16 . 12p 20 . 3p 21 . 6p 17 . 9p 14

Wind Chills:  6a -1 . 9a 2 . 12p 7 . 3p 9 . 6p 5 . 9p 2

Winds sustained around 15 mph, with gusts up to 25 mph.

Only 149 days until Summer (June 21)!

Extended Official NWS Forecast:

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Medium-Range Outlook

The Climate Prediction Center still thinks it’ll be below-average cold January 27-31:

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Questions? We’re on Twitter @NashSevereWx, where you can also find additional hyperlocal (Davidson & Williamson Co.) info.

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