Snow was predicted for Saturday and Saturday evening however the fast-moving clipper system only skirted the southern portions of Kentucky and never quite made it to the Plateau areas of middle Tennessee. With only about a 3 in 10 chance of snow yesterday, the likelihood just never panned out. Clipper systems can be tricky to predict and can sometimes dump much more snow than thought as well.
For today, Sunday, expect sunny skies and warmer temperatures with a high around 44° this afternoon. Winds should be fairly calm this morning increasing to around 5 mph this afternoon. Overnight, I expect the clouds will increase in advance of another rainmaker with a low of around 30°. Winds will be southerly from 5-10 mph.
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. HOLIDAY WEATHER:
For the MLK holiday on Monday, expect scattered showers, and a windy day with sustained winds from 10-20 mph and gusts to 30 mph. Chance of rain is 50% and we'll see highs around 54°. Shower chances increase on Monday night with a low of 46° and the gusty winds will stay with us. Rain chances 90%.
Tuesday - Rain and a high of 59°
Tuesday Night - Colder, low 27°
Wednesday thru Friday - Cold Wednesday with a high of 38° but a warming trend on Thursday and Friday as temperatures rise from the upper 40's to middle 50's with rain possibly returning on Friday.
Interested in Advanced SKYWARN Spotter Training???
It's coming up on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at Trevecca Nazarene University Conference Center.
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