Monthly Archives: October 2016

Trick or Treat Weather

Halloween weather was a treat this year for the little ghost and goblins filling their pumpkins with candy.  That is not always the case, the weather can vary so much from year to year.  It’s been hot, cold, rainy and … Continue reading

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It’s SCARY How Warm it is Outdoors!

What a frighteningly warm Halloween afternoon, isn’t it?  Take a look at 3pm temperatures across our area… Last hour Nashville was at 84 degrees.  The high temperature record for today is 85, set back in 1950.  There’s a good chance … Continue reading

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October 31: Warm Halloween, Daily Links

WEATHER Today could be the warmest Halloween on record in Nashville, with the forecast high of 85° matching today’s record (set in 1950): Temperatures will still be very warm as the trick-or-treaters are heading out for their annual sugar roundup: … Continue reading

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Freakalishly Warm Halloween

For those that weren’t quite ready for fall, this weekend was a treat. Saturday broke records with highs in the upper 80s. We did not quite break records in Nashville today but three degrees shy is still very close! We … Continue reading

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Halloween, Record Heat, More Warmth, Some Rain, & a Time Change

Despite the tranquil weather pattern we’re in right now, there’s a lot to write about this morning. First, yesterday was record setting for heat.  AND….the potential is there for more record heat in the days to come.  Yesterday’s high was … Continue reading

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Freaky Warm Across Middle Tennessee

We did it! Nashville clocked in at 86 for a high today, breaking the previous record of 83 degrees set back in 1950. Temperatures continue running mild tonight, anywhere between the low 60s and the upper 70s. They’ll drop into … Continue reading

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Beware of the INCREASING Wildfire Danger

The sun is up and is going to work already, warming us toward new record highs this afternoon.  It’s also working to further dry out the ground, leaves, and grass, adding to our wildfire danger! The risk for wildfires is an … Continue reading

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