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Spring was going so well for us, until this week. A good illustration:
Tonight – Clear & Cold — 40 at 10 PM
We are going to have another cold night. Clear skies mean we are not insulated and will cool rapidly.
This rapid cooling is called “radiational cooling.” This will allow for frost to begin to form late tonight.
This frost will mostly be the kind that forms on elevated surfaces.
You might need your ice scraper!
Thursday – Frost Advisory Early, Then Sunny – Wake Up 38 / Afternoon High 67
There will be a Frost Advisory for your morning commute.
There will be a 30% chance for rain between 8 am & 8 pm.
The GFS predicts a very small amount of rain falling in and around Nashville.
Only 0.04″ of rain is expected Friday — that’s not nearly enough to rain out any outdoor activities.
The weekend looks awesome!
BTW, we missed the Blood Moon Monday night due to cloud cover. In case you haven’t seen it, here’s a photo of it taken in Texas:
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