Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour) & Radar
Today – That Was Fun – We Made It To 64!
9p 39 . Monday 12a 34
We exceeded this morning’s forecast high of 56.
Thanks to all area drivers for not running me off the road while I biked away the afternoon while wearing questionable gear.
it’s now time for the terrifying part of the temperature roller coaster:
Monday – Winter Returns – Morning Low 28, Afternoon High 22, and 16 by 6 PM
A Canadian cold front will arrive while we sleep tonight.
Rain/Snow. We may see a few flakes around 3 AM, but these will be short lived. No accumulation is expected. I could show you some model data, but I don’t want to over-nerd what we think will be a non-event.
Temps: This morning, we thought this is what the temps would be Monday:
(3a 42 . 6a 35 . 9a 26 . 12p 26 . 3p 19 . 6p 14 . 9p 12)
We now think it’ll be colder, faster:
3a 28 . 6a 25 . 9a 22 . 12p 19 . 3p 17 . 6p 16 . 9p 14
Feels Like/Wind Chills:
3a 17 . 6a 10 . 9a 8 . 12p 7 . 3p 3 . 6p 0 . 9p -3
Why so cold? North winds will start out at 23 mph (gusting to 33 mph) at 6 AM, then stay in the 14 to 18 mph range all day.
Tuesday – Wind Chill Advisory from Midnight to Noon Tuesday – Morning Low 7, Afternoon High 19
3a 10 . 6a 8 (Wind Chill: -8). 9a 11 (Wind Chill: -1) . 12p 16 . 3p 18 . 6p 15 . 9p 12 . Wednesday 12a 10
Tuesday morning will be brutally cold. Wind chills won’t be as bad Tuesday night (thanks to decreasing winds), but it’ll still be unreasonably cold.
It’ll be partly sunny/clear.
I lack any and all authority to do this, but I’m issuing a
due to negative dew points all day.
This blog is a supplement to our Davidson & Williamson County weather stream, found on Twitter @NashSevereWx.