Our weather pattern turns very active starting today. We expect some sort of precipitation every day. From rain to freezing rain to sleet and even snow, we'll have something for everyone!
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I would keep up with the latest forecast as the computer forecasting models are having a tough time with the upcoming weather events this week. The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY for counties to our northwest. They expect a hazardous icing event developing for tonight. Counties to the northwest of Nashville are under an ice storm warning. They could face power outages due to accumulating ice on trees and power lines.
For today, mostly cloudy skies with highs in the 40's. Then, the fun begins! Freezing rain tonight with no accumulation of ice expected. Rain all day and night on Tuesday. Then a mixed bag of precipitation for Wednesday and Thursday. It finally becomes all snow late Thursday night and on Friday.
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Weather Fact of the Day
|On January 26, 1832...|
The Sparta Recorder and Law Journal reports that a cold snap drops temperatures to -18 degrees at Sparta, -26 degrees at McMinnville, and -18 degrees at Nashville. (The official all-time record low at Nashville is -17.)
On January 26, 1940...
Temperature at Waynesboro drops to -21, setting an all-time record low, as does Palmetto (-20), Murfreesboro (-19), and Ashwood (-17).