Monday, November 11, 2013

Special Weather Statement

This statement is from the Nashville Weather Forecast Office for the National Weather Service.

...A Strong Cold Front Will Usher In Cold Temperatures And A Chance For A Little Snow On Tuesday...
A Strong Cold Front Will Push Through Middle Tennessee Early Tuesday Morning...Bringing Blustery Conditions...Light Snow At Higher Elevations...And An Arctic Air Mass That Will Plunge Temperatures Into The 20s.
Winds Across Much Of Middle Tennessee Will Increase To 15 To 30
Mph Early On Tuesday And Continue Through The Afternoon As The Cold Front Moves Across The Mid State. Given These Winds And Cold Temperatures Behind The Front...Wind Chills Will Plunge Into The Upper 20s Even During The Day.
Also...Light Snow Is Possible Along The Highland Rim And Cumberland Plateau On Tuesday. Ground Temperatures Will Remain Above Freezing...And Even The Air Temperature Will Likely Hover Just Above Freezing During The Day. Thus Accumulation On Roads And Pavement Is Not Likely To Occur.
Finally...Strong High Pressure Over The Upper Midwest Will Build Into Middle Tennessee Behind The Cold Front...Spreading A Frigid Arctic Air Mass Across The Region. Temperatures Tuesday Night And Wednesday Night Will Drop Well Into The 20s.

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