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Frost Advisory Overnight – Protect Plants, Warm Blooded Organisms

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Today was National Boss Day, the latest in an endless string of #days. I find no compelling “boss” theme gifs/memes, but “like a boss” is a different story. So, my favorite Like A Boss gifs, and some cold temps.

Tonight/Overnight – Freaking Cold: 37°

The coldest “night” of the fall season happens tonight. Temps will fall into the 50°s during HS football games.

For the wee hours of Saturday morning, NWS-Nashville issued a Frost Advisory:

Saturday – Dry & Cool

Afternoon high, 62°. Deploy jackets.

We aren’t expecting rain in the foreseeable future. I tweeted this earlier, the GFS model for rain expected, next 7 days. High pressure bossing (!!) our weather:

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s just talk temps.

Sunday – Colder – Wake Up 35°, High 62°

A Frost Advisory will probably be needed for the pre-dawn hours Sunday morning.

It’ll be a proper fall day.

Next Week – More of This

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