Today’s Cold Front & a Look at Turkey Day

Current Radar 

TODAY – High: 62°

Good morning & happy Saturday!

While it’s dry for us this morning, a gnarly low pressure system just to the north has brought snow to Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and even as close as Missouri.

Don’t get any ideas. No snow for us.

Interesting note: NWS Nashville doesn’t rule-out flurries east of us, closer to the Plateau, tonight. Just FYI if you’re travelling that way. 

But, we should get a little rain out of the cold front that’s going to swing our way later on:

Expect rain to approach from the west by late this afternoon:


….and head out by the evening hours:

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Winds will stay quite gusty today as the cold front moves through, at 15-20 mph (gusts closer to 20-25). 

Temps will tumble from the low 60°s this afternoon once the front makes it’s arrival.


Clouds will begin to move east, though skies will still be partly cloudy.

Temperatures have a long way to fall overnight….to the upper 20°s.

SUNDAY – Wake Up: 28°, High: 41°

Hello, week of Thanksgiving…

Rolling into Turkey Day, we should be about 10° warmer than what we’ll see for our high and low tomorrow.

High pressure will sneak-in behind the front & keep skies mostly clear.

But, the reinforcing shot of cold air from today’s front will make it awfully hard for highs to get out of the low 40°s tomorrow.

Pair that with dew points in the teens, and it’s going to feel pretty dang cold at times.

North winds will hang out around 5-10 mph, which will make it “feel like” only the mid 30°s.

Bundle up, Buddy.

MONDAY – Wake Up: 27°, High: 52°

Monday will begin just as cold as Sunday will, with temperatures starting-off in the upper 20°s Monday morning.

Skies will be sunny again & high temperatures will come up about 10°.

It’ll still be a chilly day, though.

Looking Ahead….

Okay, yes. Some of that. But, also some of this:

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