High pressure is building in across Middle Tennessee. That will keep the sky clear overnight.
Clouds act as a blanket to insulate, so without that blanket temperatures will drop overnight. The process is know as radiational cooling. Expect it to be near 40 in Nashville Friday morning.
So that means the 30s for those communities outside of the city.
I hope this chill in the air will inspire you to check your closets for any gently used coats that you no longer need or the children have outgrown. The annual Warm Coats from Warm Hearts campaign is in full swing. Our goal is 5000 coats. We need coats for all ages and all sizes. There is always a shortage of plus size coats.
There are drop off sites all over Middle Tennessee including any Firestone Complete Auto Care or Ascend Federal Credit Union. If you are in Nashville, you may want to drop the coats off at Granny White Pike Church of Christ or here at the Channel 4 Studio.
It is really one of the easiest ways to help someone in need.
If you know someone who needs a winter coat, the big giveaway will be Saturday, November 14 at Granny White Pike Church of Christ.