Caroline and I (Intern 4.0s) are currently attending the Southeast Severe Storms Symposium at Mississippi State University, which runs today through tomorrow. We are learning more about all things weather!
Tonight: Winds Calming, Temps Dropping – 9PM 51°
Wind Advisory for Davidson County: Until 8PM CDT
West winds continue, 15-20mph sustained, gusting as high as 35mph. These will die down after sunset.
Temperatures tonight will fall quickly after sunset through the 50s into the mid 40s by midnight.
Be advised: We are now under a Freeze Warning from 1 AM to 8 AM on Sunday Morning.
Protect any plants tonight before going to bed. It’s going to be cold.
Sunday: Sunny – Early 34° High 63°
It will be a chilly morning, with temperatures slightly above freezing. Temps should rebound fairly quickly, reaching the mid 50°s by lunch. Expecting temps to climb into the low 60s by the afternoon.
Monday: Warmer Temperatures, PM Shower? – Early 46° High 73°
The beginning of the work week starts out on the right foot, with highs reaching the low to mid 70s.
There is a small (20%) chance of an afternoon shower, as depicted by the 4KM NAM below:
Since a lot of us are affected by the blooming springtime vegetation, here is the Pollen.com 5-Day Allergy Forecast:
We’re looking good Tuesday, but rain chances return by Wednesday.
This website supplements @NashSevereWx on Twitter, which you can find here.
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