Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Tonight – Increasing Clouds; Chance of Rain/Snow
Temps Next 24 Hours (auto-updating)
There’s a chance of snow toni….
It’s to the point where I can no longer write complete sentences about snow chances without stopping at how ridiculous that sounds.
Two things are happening tonight:
(1) The week’s second cold front arrives with a reinforcing shot of very cold air.
(2) Two disturbances are moving in our general direction, one from the NW, another from the SW. Neither looks likely to enter Middle Tennessee and bring us snow.
I’m not confident we will even see rain tonight, and even less confident we will see any snow. We expect no travel concerns tonight, overnight, or in the morning.
The HRRR swings a narrow band of rain/snow through around 11 PM, with no accumulation. NOTE, the HRRR, with all due respect, hasn’t exactly been good this winter.
The RAP model delivers squadoosh. All dry, all night.
The Hi-Res NAM swings a dusting into Kentucky, and rain/snow in N Alabama. We get #SnowDomed, of course.
Wednesday – Clearing & COLD – Morning Low 22 / Afternoon High 34
Everything clears out from whatever doesn’t happen Tuesday night. Sunny, but much colder.
So, to review:
(1) Very Cold
(2) Not Snowing
(3) Spring is not right around the corner.
Plus there’s this: wind gusts Wednesday of 25 mph are not out of the question.
Thursday – Sunny & COLD … Again – Morning Low 19 / Afternoon High 38
Not much change from Wednesday. Winds are a little weaker with temps a wee bit higher.
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