Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)
Current Radar Loop
As you can see on the above radar, a shortwave trough is spreading light rain into Middle Tennessee. This precip should last until midnight.
At 4 PM, the freezing line was near the TN/KY border, with us on the “warm” side of the line. The HRRR and RAP forecast the freezing line to stay there throughout the night; however, our NWS believes the freezing line will sag closer to us and drop temps at or near freezing tonight.
So, we may see a few flurries, but no accumulation is expected.
Yeah, #SnowDome. If this was a football game, I’d make #SnowDome a 113 point favorite vs Flurries.
Sunday – Sunny, Turning Cloudy Late – AM Low 29, PM High 50
A really nice day. Clouds will increase Sunday night in advance of rain (and maybe a t’storm) expected Monday afternoon.
High temps are forecast to be in the 60s all next week.
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