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Potential Record Breaking Week, Autumn Returns Thursday/Friday

Current Radar

Tonight: Clear Skies – 9 PM 75°

Peaceful evening in store for us. Clear skies will prevail through the entire night with temps staying fairly warm, only reaching the mid 70s by 9 PM.

Tuesday: Potential Record Breaker, Sunny – Early 67° High 88°

Our Tuesday will look a lot like our Monday, more sunshine and well above average temps.

However, we will have the potential to break even more records. The current record high temperature for October 18th is 87° which occurred in 1953 (that’s 63 years ago folks). Not only could we potentially break the record for the day, but we could break the record for the latest 90° day of the season.

NWS Nashville had this to say about the next few days:


Even if we don’t reach that 90° mark, we will still likely break the record for October 18th and it’ll be hot.

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Rest of the Week: After Wednesday, Autumn Like Weather Returns


Our summer-like conditions continue into Wednesday, but starting Wednesday night, that will be begin to change. Moving into Thursday, a cold front is expected to push through. Currently, it does not look like we should see any severe weather with these showers and thunderstorms. We will continue to monitor this through the remainder of the week.

And then look at Friday. Small chance of showers, but take a second look at that high temperature. Temps will fall way below normal for the time of year, finally giving us that much needed break from the summer-like temps.

For the rest of your weekend, here is what the NWS had to say about it:

“Dry weather will prevail Saturday through Monday, so for all you autumn-lovers–it should be the kind of weather that`ll make you very, very happy!”

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