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Tonight – Turning Colder – Evening Temps in 30°s
A cold front has announced the arrival of a north wind, which will send wind chills plummeting into the upper 30s by 9 PM and mid-20s around midnight into Tuesday morning.
There is a decreasing chance of very light freezing drizzle overnight.
The HRRR model does not send us any precipitation after the temps turn freezing. even if we saw some very light wintry precip, the north wind of 10+ miles per hour should dried out. There are some slight suggestions of potential for little freezing drizzle in the wee hours of the morning, but you have to go looking for it in some of the other weather models. It’s gone from the official forecast. Sorry.
Tuesday – More Blerg – Wake Up 30°, High 36°
Cold and cloudy.
What, you wanted sunny and 70°?
Wednesday – Still Blergy, LOL on Wintry Precip Hopes – Wake Up 26°, High 38°
Another weather system will approach Wednesday night and bring the potential for light, mixed precipitation. You may recall a few days ago we were announcing the arrival of upper-level vorticity and a corresponding potential for it to produce wintry precipitation. I will not not bore you with the nerd on that again, but let’s just say that vorticity is not accompanied by any other snow-friendly dynamics.
As NWS-Nashville wrote this afternoon: “the possibility of a wintry mix occurrence looks to be less and less. [We] removed any mention of precipitation on Wednesday night and believe that this will only bring some additional cloudiness to the mid state.”
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