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Seasonal Temps Beginning to Return, Fairly Dry Week Ahead

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Quick Look at the Week Ahead

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Notice anything in particular about the graphic above? We currently have only a slim chance of showers on Wednesday; other than that NO precipitation is in the forecast. Our prolonged dreary days FINALLY appear to be coming to an end.

Cloudy & Cool Tonight, The Sun Returns Tuesday

That’s right folks, the day is almost here where we will finally see the sun again. Highs will reach the upper 50s. All in all, tomorrow looks like a great day.

Much Cooler Temps Return Wednesday Night

*Afternoon Update Addition: This afternoon’s NWS discussion reintroduced minimal shower chances for Wednesday to the forecast. Not expecting a washout, but we could see a spotty shower Wednesday afternoon. Besides that, our fairly dry forecast remains intact.

May see a few more clouds on Wednesday with a brief warm up in our high temps. However, by Wednesday evening, our temps will begin to cool off, leaving noticeably cooler temperatures for the rest of the week.

Highs on Thursday through the weekend will be in the low to mid 40s.

Our overnight lows starting Thursday night will drop just below the freezing mark.

Our local NWS had this to say about the chilly temps to end the work week:

“Lows by sunrise Friday should be in the 20s area-wide–which might be a shock to some folk`s systems, since we haven`t seen a low in the 20s at Nashville since January 9th. In fact, the average temperature at Nashville has been running some 10 degrees above normal so far this month!”

For those who have been patiently waiting for cooler temps to return, looks like we will finally see semi-seasonal weather starting Thursday.

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