It’s official, October 2014 is the wettest in recorded history.
Nashville International Airport (BNA) picked up 0.81″ of rain, putting our official total this month at 8.41″. Most places saw between 0.75″ and 1″ from the showers and a few thunderstorms that moved through last night.
Today – Cool & Sunny – High 66°
We will remain cool, dry, and sunny as a northwesterly breeze filters in behind last night’s cold front.
Thursday – Cooling – Wake Up 40°, High 64°
We will start off pretty chilly, then warm up nicely under a mostly sunny sky.
A chilly-air-toting Canadian disturbance will dive southeast towards Middle Tennessee throughout the day. It will arrive overnight and produce overcast skies, but no real rain chances.
Trick-or-Treat – Cooling & Partly Cloudy – Wake Up 44°, High 57°
It’ll be windy: 15mph – 20mph. Temps will plummet and make for a chilly night! We should be in the upper 40°s when the first doorbell rings. We’ll fall through the 40°s as we move toward midnight. Rain isn’t expected. (NOTE: NWS-Nashville has mentioned the s— word for Friday night, but that’s only for the northern plateau, not us.)
Here is a goofy video about Halloween!
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
Saturday night/Sunday morning will likely produce the first widespread freeze this fall!
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