Award-winning! Mood boosting sunshine rules Middle Tennessee, again today.
Temperatures are running a few degrees warmer than yesterday, in the upper 60s — cool enough for a light jacket.
High pressure is the reason for this delightful stretch of beauty and mild temperatures. You’ll need to grab a warm jacket if you’re heading out and about tonight. Though not as cold as this morning, overnight lows will sit right around average in the lower 40s.
By the time you take the kids to the bus stop….lots of sunshine but still very chilly out there!
See the cold front currently over the central plains? It will continue pushing southeast into and through Middle Tennessee on Friday. Now this is a DRY cold front so the only main impact you’ll notice…will be a drop in temperatures! No rain. Daytime highs in the upper 60s on Friday will only hover around 60 degrees for a high on Saturday. Very cold conditions arrive by Saturday night. Overnight lows drop down into the middle 30s, leading to the development of patchy frost into the early morning (friendly reminder to cover or bring in any sensitive vegetation). Stay tuned for a potential Frost Advisory…
See a common trend? 7-Day Forecast looks like a sunshine marathon. The lack of rain is not ideal for the latest drought situation but there’s not much negotiation when Mother Nature makes up a decision. Nashville is currently at a 5.88″ deficit for the year and 1.10″ deficit for the month of November.
I’ll have updates on our latest drought situation and weekend forecast coming up on channel 4 at 4 and 4:30 today. Be sure to join Chief Meteorologist Lisa Spencer for updates at 5, 6 and 10!