Clouds are increasing but the radar remains clear as a whistle!
Though clouds dabble into record high territory, again! Our last record in Nashville was 82 degrees set back in 2012 and we currently tie. It will take one more degree to set the new record and I’d say there is a very good chance.
A weak cold front will push through late this afternoon into the early evening sparking just a few spotty showers, mainly around the KY/TN border and Cumberland Plateau into tonight. Most of the region will dodge the rain but those who do catch a shower can expect no more than a trace. Clouds linger into tonight and temperatures remain mild, low 70s around dinner time.
Once this cold front pushed through, high pressure works its way in, decreasing cloud cover, with cooler overnight lows, in the lower 50s. Northerly winds pick up behind the front on Friday which brings a moment many have been antsy for!
A nice stretch of low to middle 70s alongside a stretch of sunshine through Monday! You’ll need to grab a warm jacket if you’re heading out for weekend evening plans, as lows drop down into the lower 40-degree range. Patchy frost is possible for some. Stay tuned…
A friendly reminder to turn your clock BACK on hour before you go to sleep on Saturday night. Daylight Saving Time officially ends!
I’ll have the full time of this cool down and weekend weather coming up on channel 4 at 4and 4:30 pm. Be sure to join Chief Meteorologist Lisa Spencer at 5, 6 and 10 for updates!