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Cold Today, No-Worry Rain/Snow Tonight, Then Warmer

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

Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)

Current Radar Loop

Today – Chilly – Afternoon High 35

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We may see a shot of rain later tonight. According to this model, the freezing line should be just north of us (even though we are forecast to be below freezing), so we aren’t expecting any snow/flurries — but the NWS Is not ruling that out, either.

Any snow we see is not expected to accumulate.

Get through today, and I promise a taste of Spring is coming up.

The Countdown to Spring continues:

Sunday – Mostly Sunny – Morning Low 29 / Afternoon High 48

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Getting Warmer!

Monday – Rain Returns  Morning Low 34 / Afternoon High 55

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Ahhhh! Yes! So it’ll rain. So what? It’s warmer.

GFS model Monday 6 am – Tuesday 6 am:

Winter isn’t gone, but it’ll be on vacation next week.

Official extended NWS Forecast:

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As we get into the end of the week, we expect more rain, and maybe some severe weather. Some of the models are certainly hinting at it. It’s way too far out to know for sure.

Questions? We’re on Twitter @NashSevereWx, where you can find additional info.

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