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Warm this Afternoon. Cold Punch Tomorrow Night.

Current Radar

No rain this evening, but that’ll change overnight…

Temperatures will drop to 54° through tomorrow morning, staying pretty mild due to increased cloud cover. Another cold front will begin to sweep through while we’re sleeping.

Models think it will bring us a little rain, but not a whole lot by any means. Some showers may begin to move-in after midnight: 

Looks like rush-hour should be kinda wet, but okay:

Overall: nice sleeping weather tonight, if you enjoy the pitter-patter of rain.

Clouds will stick around through the morning, but sunny skies should return by the afternoon.

Highs tomorrow afternoon will only make it up to about 69°!

The front itself will help to pull down a good bit of really cold, Canadian air.

Another stronger area of high pressure will settle-in behind the front, allowing for some of that very cold air to make itself at home.

Add-in clear skies, and our lows will plummet Friday night into Saturday morning, near 40°, possibly into the upper 30°s. We could see our first frost of the season!

Special Statement from NWS Nashville:

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Highs Saturday will even be a little lower than Friday, topping out near 61°. Expect sunny skies all weekend.

Our next shot at rain holds-off until middle/late next week.

The Rest of the Weekend: Nice & Cool 

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