Cold Winter Days
Noon Forecast (new!)
Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy.
Saturday: Mostly sunny.
Sunday: Partly to mostly cloudy.
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny.
Tuesday: Rain & snow. Monitoring closely!
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MM’s Winter Wx Concerns
This system is still several days away, so a lot can change. Right now, this looks like a light snow event that could develop Monday night. If that happens, travel Monday night and Tuesday morning could be adversely impacted. That snow could change to rain later in the day, if enough warm air can work its way northward. A lot of questions remain with this system, so stay tuned. This involves a Gulf low, so it’s worth watching closely. Just keep this in the back of your mind if you have travel plans Monday night and/or Tuesday morning.
On This Day in Wx History
1985- Temperature at Nashville drops to -17, setting an all-time record low. Other record lows include Allardt (-27), Carthage (-17), Celina (-20), Centerville (-26), Columbia (-20), Cookeville (-22), Crossville (-21), Crossville (Experiment Station) (-25), Dickson (-23), Franklin (-21), Lebanon (3 W) (-20), Lewisburg (-20), Livingston (-25), Monteagle (-20), Mount Pleasant (-17), Neapolis (-23), Shelbyville (-20), Smithville (-24), and Woodbury (-28).
Almanac for Yesterday
An all-time record low was set for Crossville on this date in 1985!
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The data cutoff for Drought Monitor maps is each Tuesday at 7 a.m. The maps, which are based on analysis of the data, are released each Thursday at 7:30 a.m. This week’s latest map is seen below.
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