Temperatures will be fairly consistent for the next five days or so. Highs in the 40’s, lows in the mid to upper 20’s. That’s cold, but pretty average for this time of the year. Not really any meaningful chances for any precipitation, the GFS shows some showers on Monday, but other models think it’ll be too dry.
And then, Thursday, the Cold comes in.
Exactly how cold? Too far out to exactly tell now. Here’s a blend of multiples models, this will change, but it’s an idea.
I’m sure some eyes look at those temperatures and they light up and think of snow – mine do, not sure if I am in the minority or majority, but I love snow. However, this airmass will not only be frigid, but pretty dry too. The GFS and the Euro models, the two siblings who seem they can never agree on anything, both agree that it’ll be downright cold, but, the GFS thinks we may be looking at sn*w chances, the Euro disagrees. Who’s right? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ We won’t have a better idea on this until early next week, and even then, who knows, it’s middle Tennessee weather.
At least we can look on the bright side?
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