“36 Hours of Temperatures Below Freezing”

Today/Tonight – Too Cold – Wind Chills in the Teens Tonight

This morning’s NWS media/emergency management conference call started with these two graphics:

After noon today, temps will drop below freezing, and stay there for about 36 hours.

Check out the forecast temps (red line) and wind chills (blue line) for the next 48 hours.

Tonight we expect 24° at 9 PM, with a wind chill of 14°. The winds are helping dry off the wet roads, limiting/eliminating most/all travel concerns, but it’s going to be pretty awful being outside tonight.

No-Worry-Flurries are also possible today and tonight. Flurries are showing up on most of the models.

Tuesday – Sunny but Very Cold – Wake Up 18° (Wind Chill 8°), High 30° (Wind Chill 22°)

Wednesday – Partly Sunny & Warming Up – Wake Up 21°, High 46°

Extended Forecast

That mention of rain/snow Thursday night into Friday morning was discussed during this morning’s conference call. A few of the models are hinting at frozen precipitation, but right now our NWS thinks temps will be too warm for wintry shenanigans, and it’ll just be light rain.

This weekend, a warm front will lift into Middle Tennessee, sending temps into the 50°s on Saturday and 60°s on Sunday. However, a cold front will arrive sometime Sunday afternoon, which means isolated to scattered thunderstorms will be possible. Not concerned right now about any severe storms.

For Thanksgiving week…trending colder and wetter than normal:

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