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Tonight: Cold Front Pushes Through, Temps Fall Into the 60s

Winds will become northerly with the passage of the previously mentioned cold front. It won’t have a big effect on our overnight low temperature, as much as tomorrow’s daytime highs. Again, no rain is expected with this front. You may see some clouds, but otherwise, it’s a nice night to be out on the town.

Saturday: Breezy, Sunshine for All – Early 58° High 77°

We don’t have any control over the weather here at NashSevereWx.com, but if we did, we’d take credit for how beautiful Saturday is going to be. All joking aside, if you have any outdoor plans, you’re in spectacular luck.

Afternoon highs (thanks to Friday’s cold front) will be in the mid to upper 70s, which brings us to more seasonal levels. It will be a bit breezy, as we’re stuck between Hurricane Matthew’s influence and the cooler air rushing in. Gusts as high as 25 mph are possible, so weigh down any exceptionally loose articles prone to moving in the wind.

Extended Outlook: rain = 0, for sun in range(be outside), great weather = true

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Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast

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