Current Temps and Radar
Tuesday – Patchy Fog Early. Clouds Start to March In – Wake Up 48°, High 74°
Wednesday – Chance of Showers & Thunderstorms – Wake Up 56°, High 72°
It’s time to say some words.
Thunderstorms will be ongoing well off to our west. Some may be severe (damaging winds, hail):
Sometimes these systems produce severe weather in our area a day after they’ve been happening to our west. That’s not expected, however, we do think we will see increasing chances of rain Wednesday.
By Thursday, rain and maybe a few non-severe storms are possible along and ahead of a powerful cold front…
…which will rake across Middle Tennessee. Thursday appears to be a total loss for outdoor activities; rain is likely, but should taper off late Thursday night into Friday.
By Friday, we are forecast to wake up to 40°, reaching a high of only 52°.
This will only get worse. Weekend wake up temps will be below freezing. High temps Saturday 47°, Sunday 57°.
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