Temps Next 48 Hours
Morning fog possible again. NWS is holding off on issuing a fog advisory “for now.”
Record high temps expected Monday. The record high for October 27 is 84° (set in 1940), which we are forecast to tie or break. Still no rain, though. That comes . . .
Rain is likely Tuesday. This morning, we thought the rain may hold off until 7 PM, but right now the models are sending it in even sooner than that. Some models (GFS, NAM) have the rain arriving not long after 1 PM. The Euro holds it off until Tuesday night.
The Storm Prediction Center (with its shiny new legend for its Categorical Outlook) has us in a general, non-severe thunderstorm risk:
Outdoorsy stuff Tuesday still looks, well, not good.
We still expect around 0.5″ of rain from this event:
After the rain . . .
(Oops, wrong Nelson. Sorry)
passes, so will the warm temps. High temps will ease into the 60°s Wednesday, then, late Thursday, a dry cold front cruises through, and drops temps even more.
Trick-or-Treating looks like it’ll start in the mid/low 50°s, and head into the 40°s through the night. We still don’t think it’ll rain.
NWS-Nashville is forecasting lows in the upper 30°s with highs only in the 50°s. “Possible freezing temperatures” are expected Saturday night.
Robin Sparkles, y’all.
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