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Midweek Shenanigans Ruining an Otherwise Beautiful Week

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

Current Radar Loop

Temps Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

Sunday – Sunny & Cool

This morning’s cold front cooled us off and cleared us out.

Sunny skies!

Monday – Mostly Sunny  Morning Low 40 / Afternoon High 68

Awesome weather. They just heard about it…

Tuesday – Mostly Sunny   Morning Low 46 / Afternoon High 74

More awesome weather. Winds will be increasing just a touch through the day.

And then overnight. . .

Cold front and rain!

GFS model Tuesday 7 pm – Wednesday 7 pm:

Insufficient moisture from the Gulf of Mexico means a few thunderstorms . . .

. . . but no severe weather Tuesday night.

Temps will drop Wednesday. We can’t rule out rain/snow mix Wednesday night. Temps aloft will be cold enough; however, surface temps are forecast to be too warm for snow. In a battle of rain vs. snow, rain is currently the heavy favorite.

Official Extended NWS Forecast:

GFS Temperature anomaly map (showing we’ll be much colder than normal) Thursday 7 am:

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That’s almost 20 degrees below normal. We are not forecast to see average/above average temps again until the weekend.

Additional information can be found on Twitter @NashSevereWx.

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