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MM’s Friday Weather Forecast for January 28

Dangerous wind chill values (near zero) and light snow

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Friday: Mostly cloudy, with a chance for snow flurries or snow showers. Light accumulation possible.

Tonight: Light snow and windy. Dangerous wind chill values near zero.

Saturday: Gradual clearing & cold.

Sunday: Mostly sunny & breezy.

Monday: Partly to mostly sunny & warmer.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy & breezy.

Wednesday: Rain likely. Some of the rainfall could be heavy.


MM’s Winter Wx Concerns  

Amounts look light but they could still cause some slick spots on roadways.

Wind and cold is a dangerous combination! Be careful if you must be out tonight. If you have to travel somewhere, make sure you’re prepared if your car breaks down. It doesn’t take long to experience frostbite or hypothermia if you’re out in the cold and wind like we’ll have tonight.

Remember the Fur Babies!

Keep in mind that animals feel the wind-chill factor (feels-like temp) too! Make sure they are warm, dry, and protected from the wind tonight!

On This Day in Wx History

1951- A strong cold front moves through Nashville shortly after 1:00 p.m., causing temperatures to fall during the afternoon and evening, and ushering in one of the most remarkable weather events in Nashville’s history.

1922 – The “Knickerbocker” storm immobilized the city of Washington D.C. The storm produced 28 inches of snow in 32 hours, and the heavy snow caused the roof of the Knickerbocker movie theatre to collapse killing 96 persons.

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