Current Temps and Radar
Today – Partly Sunny – High 54°
Showers moved through Middle Tennessee this morning ahead of a cold front. As the front moves through today, winds will become northerly at 10mph – 15mph with 20mph wind gusts. Despite that passage of the cold front, temps will still reach the mid to upper 50’s this afternoon.
Unfortunately, today will be the last time we get into the 50’s for a while… Be sure to enjoy it! The cooling trend begins overnight with temps dropping into the mid to upper 20’s under mostly cloudy skies.
Friday – Mostly Sunny – Wake Up 28°, High 43°
Nashville will be mostly sunny as cool/dry air funnels in on a northerly wind. Even though we will be mostly sunny, temps will struggle to get into the lower 40’s!
Friday night we will get into the 20’s once again.
Saturday – Mostly cloudy – Wake Up 25°, High 46°
Clouds will build into Middle Tennessee throughout the day ahead of a disturbance.
There will be no storm (Editor’s Note: I’ve thrown a flag on this) but we do have a chance for showers beginning after 7 pm.
Rain is likely Sunday, possibly changing to snow late Sunday night/Monday morning. The GFS model for midnight Sunday shows a potential for some rain changing to snow:
That’s very little snow, and it may not even happen. The GFS model has been all over the place. I’m not a believer.
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