Frost Advisory Thursday Morning, Dry Spell Continues

Current Radar

Tonight: Mostly Clear – 9 PM 46°

Pleasant start to our evening with skies remaining clear. You may need a jacket for any outdoor evening plans.

We have been placed under a Frost Advisory for tomorrow morning. So if you have anything still living that you want to stay that way, you may need to bring it inside or cover it before tonight.

Yes it is, we may see our first frost of the season.

Thursday: Frost Advisory Early, Sunny Skies to Follow – Wake Up 37° High 67°


The NWS in Nashville has issued a FROST ADVISORY for Davidson and Williamson Counties.


Tomorrow morning is going to be chilly. Regardless if there is frost or patchy frost, everyone heading to work in the AM should be ready to bundle up and you may want to let the car run a few extra minutes to get the heat going.

NAM 4 outlook on the temperatures tomorrow morning.


It’s going to be cold, especially for those in Williamson County.

Luckily temps will increase fairly steadily through the remainder of the day once the sun rises. High pressure will continue to build in, and sunny skies are expected throughout the day. Temps will reach into the mid 60s, which is just above average for the time of year.

Extended Outlook: Dry and Sunshine


Clear skies and a semi seasonal weekend ahead for Middle TN. Friday will be a continuation of what we will be seeing today and tomorrow.

A dry (no rain) cold front will be passing through late on Friday as well, bringing in much cooler temperatures on Saturday. Temps will be very chilly Saturday night, so wouldn’t be shocked if we see some more frost.

Sunday we could see a few more clouds throughout the area. You may want a jacket if you are heading out to the Titans game; temps at kickoff are expected to be in the upper 50s to low 60s.

Looks like it’s finally time for those fall temps and sweater weather to be in place.

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