Potentially Record Breaking Highs to Start the Week

Current Radar

Trick or Treat Forecast: Partly Cloudy- 5 PM 82° 9 PM 71°

Great weather in store for us this evening for those with plans to go out with the kiddos. No jacket needed tonight; you may even need to roll up your sleeves if you have a long-sleeved costume because it is gonna be a bit toasty tonight.

Tuesday: Sunny Skies – Early 60° High 86°

If you like clear skies with lots of sunshine, then Tuesday is the day for you. Another day with more clear skies.

Main story tomorrow is with our high temperatures. Current record high temperature for November 1st is 85° which occurred in 1935. The current forecast high is 1 degree above that. Looks like 2016 may claim another record high temperature.

NWS Nashville also had this to say this afternoon:

“We will see record monthly warmth tomorrow which will be the 1st day of November. In fact, the highest temperature at BNA during the month of November is 85. We are expecting 86!….so record warmth indeed.”

Rest of the Week: More Sun, Maybe A Little Rain Thursday


Above average temps continue into Wednesday. Record high for November 2nd (Wednesday) is 83°, so we could potentially tie that high.

Into Thursday, a weak cold front will be passing through which could bring some showers. If we see these showers, they may be enough to water the lawn, but no where near enough to help out our current drought situation.

Look at the high temperature for Friday though. Even if we don”t get showers Thursday, at least we will be seeing some more seasonal temperatures into the weekend.

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