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Basketball Watching Weather, & The First Week of Spring

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

Current Radar Loop

Temps & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

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Tuesday Night  Mostly Cloudy  

Today, the clouds threw us one of these:

Temps stayed down, with the high only in the mid 50s. We’ll fall back into the upper 40s overnight.

Wednesday – AM Chance of Rain, Clear Afternoon  Morning Low 47 / Afternoon High 62

Hi-Res NAM model Wednesday 6 AM – 3 PM shows a light morning shower driving by:

After the morning drizzler, we really think the clouds will dissipate, and temps will break 60. I’m hoping Tennessee can break 60 vs. Iowa Wednesday night.

Thursday – Sunny  Morning Low 36 / Afternoon High 64

A good day to watch basketball recover from a sudden illness that’s keeping you from going to work/school, preferably in one of those open-air bars.

Official Extended NWS Forecast:

The First Week of Spring

Spring arrives in just a few days! What will the first full week of Spring look like?

Cold. It’ll be colder than normal.

GFS model temperature anomaly Monday 1 AM – Wednesday 7 AM: yeah, colder than normal.

Every global model predicts colder-than-normal air coming in next week.

Additional information can be found on Twitter @NashSevereWx.

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