Current Temps and Radar
Expect 20°s tonight.
Saturday – Sun to Start, then Clouding Up – Wake Up 24°, High 48°
Clouds will increase as a low pressure system races towards Nashville.
A few of the regional weather models think we may seen afternoon rain, but that’s not in the forecast until late Saturday night.
Sunday – Soaking Rain, Snow Late – Wake Up 33°, High 46°
Rain will begin to fall in the Music City during early morning hours. The GFS has the rain knocking at our door between midnight and 6 AM.
The low pressure system will move overhead during the afternoon. The heaviest rain will fall during this time.
According to the GFS model, the rain will begin to transition into snow overnight as we get on the back side of the low pressure system.
Although it looks like we could get a few snow flurries, the Canadian model is showing that accumulation will mainly stay north of the Tennessee/Kentucky border.
Today, NWS-Nashville wrote we “could have anywhere from just a slushy coating to maybe one half inch. It is always hard to forecast snow here..and there are never any guarantees. Regardless of accumulations, temperatures will fall below the freezing mark across the mid-state by Monday morning, and any remaining moisture is likely to freeze.”
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