Current Temps and Radar
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We went 5° above today’s forecast high, hitting 67° on the hourly official check at 2:53 PM this afternoon.
Many times these mild temps are corrected by a massive cold front, capable of setting off severe weather. That’s not going to happen this time. Temps will moderate slowly, day by day, without severe weather.
Tuesday – Partly Sunny; Light Showers Possible Late – Wake Up 41° High 60°
We will be partly sunny and warm for most of the day.
During the afternoon, cloud cover will increase as moisture continues to build into Middle Tennessee ahead of a cold front.
As the cold front pushes through Nashville overnight, we will have the chance for light, garden variety showers. Here is a look at what the GFS is showing between 6 PM and Midnight.
No big deal.
Wednesday – Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 36°, High 55°
After the passage of the cold front, we will be a few degrees cooler, but still sunny and pleasant. Unlike these guys.
Overnight we will become mostly cloudy as temperatures will drop into the lower 30’s.
The “maybe but almost definitely probably not” snow chance, which appeared in this morning’s weather data, is not there this afternoon.
The next “potentially but probably not I don’t believe it” chance of snow is around the beginning of next week when clipper systems are modeled to cruise into Middle and Eastern Tennessee.
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