October 31: Warm Halloween, Daily Links


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:

This will likely go into the books as the 4th-warmest October on record in Nashville (record-keeping goes back to the 1870s, so that’s significant).  We only had four days on which the high temperature was below average, and just four days with below-average low temperatures…for the entire month!

More record warmth in store as we head into early November, with temperatures in the mid to even upper 80s tomorrow and Wednesday:

The autumn heat wave comes to an end on Thursday, with a decent chance of scattered showers…but it won’t be a drought-busting rainfall.  Futurecast shows some light rain showers — but your odds of picking up any measurable rain (0.01″ or more) are still less than 50-50:
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Temperatures will be closer to normal by the end of the week and over the weekend…but still above average!  “Normal” high temperatures this weekend are in the mid 60s, and we’ll be 5-10 degrees above that range:




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Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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