Well, the snow flurries took it as disrespect when we said no impacts and not to worry…
As of 9am, the temperature at BNA is 37°…surrounding areas are a few degrees cooler, but the areas where you may get a quick burst of snow showers may lay down a coating.
Impacts should be brief as temps rise throughout the day to around 40° and the flurries head out. Take it easy on the roads if you have to.
Cool temps Friday and Saturday, but dry. (at least for the majority of Saturday)
Rain looks likely starting Sunday, maybe late Saturday night, on and off for the majority of the day. No severe or winter weather expected.
Next week looks confusing. Models have flipped back and forth each run on what they think. We should know more by this weekend.
Weather changes constantly.
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