Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Huge Temperature Changes

Big temperature drop in middle Tennessee over next several days, but we'll get to that in a moment.

Did you know that today is Tennessee Fall Severe Weather Awareness Day? The secondary peak severe weather season occurs in the fall and winter and historically that has been in November. Because of this, the National Weather Service would like to call attention to this and alert people on this.

Back to the chilly weather. We start this Wednesday morning out in the 40's (44° at post time) and expect highs to struggle to go higher than the 40's this afternoon with cloudy skies and a northwest wind. Tonight, showers probable, low 41° and then chilly again on Thursday with a high of just 51° with winds running 10 to 15 mph with gusts to 25 mph making that high temperature feel quite cold.

Expect frost to develop for Friday and Saturday mornings with lows in the mid 30's and highs on both days from 57° to 63°. Sunday will be the nicest day with a high of 66°

It's jacket time in Tennessee. Have a great day!

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