Forecast issued Saturday, January 28, 2023
Currently, a winter storm is not expected next week. However, with temps so close to freezing both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings there is the risk for a wintry mix in those timeframes. That could cause some travel troubles. Please stay tuned because forecast confidence is rather low from Tuesday to Wednesday. Check back for updates as I monitor this all very closely.
For the risk of a wintry mix that could cause travel troubles.
While perhaps not as likely as Tuesday morning’s wintry mix potential, there is a risk for a wintry mix that could cause travel issues Wednesday morning.
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Today is looking fantastic but we will be dealing with increasing wind gusts. Those gusts could top out at 35 mph overnight. Secure any loose objects. That wind blows in the rain, too. That rain and wind stays with us through Sunday.
We get a break Monday before our next system arrives early Tuesday morning. If that system moves in early enough, temps could be just cold enough for a light wintry mix that could cause some travel troubles. Be advised.
That system stays with us through Wednesday and we could once again be dealing with a light wintry mix Wednesday morning.
Forecast confidence is high from now through Monday but it is low beyond that. At this time, the only troubles look to be with a wintry mix possible Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. The forecast for next week could change, but right now it’s looking like the majority of our precip will fall as a cold rain. I’ll keep a close eye on it!
Hourly Temp & Precip Forecast
From 9:00 a.m. this morning to noon Sunday.
This model runs from 6:00 pm to day to noon Sunday and moves in one-hour increments. Notice the general trend of rain moving in and overspreading the area overnight.
Saturday night through Monday morning.
For the period of midnight to midnight.
On This Day
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.
1963 – The low of -34 degrees at Cynthiana, Kentucky, equaled the state record established just four days earlier at Bonnieville.
1989 – Nome, Alaska, reported an all-time record low reading of 54 degrees below zero, and the temperature at Fairwell, Alaska dipped to 69 degrees below zero. Deadhorse, Alaska reported a morning low of 49 degrees below zero, and with a wind chill reading of 114 degrees below zero.
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