Fun Friday News: NashSevereWx’s David, Andrew, and Will took part in a weather balloon launch yesterday evening with the National Weather Service here in Nashville! Ever wonder how meteorologists collect all sorts of weather data? Go check out the balloon launch video below!
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Tonight: As Cold As Your Refrigerator – 9PM 48°
Update: Special Weather Statement from NWS Nashville
AS TEMPERATURE AND DEWPOINT VALUES APPROACH EACH OTHER...SOME DEW WILL BEGIN TO FORM. IN THE HIGHEST ELEVATIONS OF THE CUMBERLAND PLATEAU REGION AND LOCATIONS IN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY OF THE TENNESSEE RIVER VALLEY REGION...THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY THAT TEMPERATURES MIGHT TEMPORARILY LOWER INTO THE MID 30S...RESULTING IN QUITE ISOLATED FROST FORMATION. ANY FROST THAT DOES FORM SHOULD BURN OFF BY 8 AM CDT.
You might think about turning the heat on tonight. Temperatures are expected to plummet through the 50s and into the upper 40s by mid-evening.
Less clouds overnight will also aid in the cooling process, allowing temperatures to get into the low 40, maybe even the upper 30s (refrigerator-zone) by early Saturday AM!
Saturday: Sunny Skies, Still Cool/Chilly – Early 40° High 63°
If your family or friends have any early-morning outdoor plans, you’ll want to bundle up. Temperatures will be in the low 40s (maybe even upper 30s in spots) around sunrise.
Tomorrow’s afternoon highs will be noticeably cooler, only reaching the low to mid 60s.
Extended Outlook: Cool Days, Frigid Nights, No Rain
Going to the Titans v. Colts game Sunday? You might want a light jacket, but most will find the mid-70s comfortable. Bring the sunscreen, still! Sunshine and UV will be out in full force.
Allergy Report: 5-Day Pollen.com Forecast
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