Temp/Wind Chill, Rain, Snow next 48 Hours:
Today – Grinch Storm – High 66°
A warm front has moved through Middle Tennessee late this morning, which is giving us a chance for hit/miss showers until tonight’s Grinch Storm (disturbance moving out of the Southern Plains) makes it to Nashville late this afternoon / early evening… Just in time for the Nashville Christmas Parade.
Schedule of Events
Mayor’s Tree Lighting festivities begin at Public Square in front of the courthouse
Immediately following: Fireworks
2014 Parade Route:
Note this is a rain-or-shine event. The weather will not be severe.
Two weather models have ETAs:
According to this model, the Grinch Storm will be on our door steps by 5 PM.
Rain will continue all night until Saturday morning.
The HRRR is showing the Grinch Storm moving into Nashville at 4 PM.
Again, the rain will stick around until Saturday morning.
The GFS and Euro models generally agree.
Here’s a regional current radar loop:
It’s going to rain this afternoon/tonight until tomorrow morning. We may even see a few innocent, no-worry thunderstorms. You will need rain gear, but note: the temp will be in mid-to-low 60°s the whole time. So, not a cold rain.
Saturday – Cold Front; End of Rain – Wake Up & High 57°
A cold front will push through Middle Tennessee early Saturday morning behind the Grinch Storm.The NAM shows the line of showers accompanying the cold front to our SE by 8 AM.
This will usher in a cooler and drier air throughout the day. Our high temperature will be reached during the morning and then temps will drop throughout the day.
From 12 PM to 6 PM temps will drop from the lower 50’s to the lower 40’s.
Sunday – Cool & Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 37°, High 52°
As cooler and drier air continues to filter in, we will become mostly sunny during the afternoon.
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