November 3: Changes Ahead, Daily Links


Very warm weather still in store for us today — this will be the ninth consecutive day that the official high temperature in Nashville will be within 3 degrees of the daily record.  It won’t be quite as warm today thanks to more cloud cover overhead, but we’ll still end up near 80° this afternoon:
Today’s record is 82°, set just four years ago in 2012.

The clouds will thicken throughout the day, with a slight chance of showers headed our way by this evening.  This won’t be a drought-busting rainfall…the HRRR model’s radar simulation is thoroughly unimpressed with our rain chances:
I’m slightly more optimistic, but I still think your odds of picking up more than a trace of rain are only 30%:

Cooler weather settles in for tomorrow and the weekend, but high temperatures will still be above average, reaching the low 70s.  The real difference will be noticeable overnight — at least those temperatures will be close to our early-November normals:
That slight chance of a shower on Election Day won’t be a big deal…I don’t anticipate anything more than a few sprinkles, so there won’t be any weather reasons to keep you from going out and voting!




About paulheggen33

Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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