January 17: Warm And Wet, Daily Links


It’s wet out there this morning, but the rain chances will gradually diminish as we head into this afternoon — by then, the best chance of showers will be to the southeast of Nashville.  The HRRR model’s radar simulation shows the overall trend:

Temperatures will remain steady throughout most of the day, hovering in the low to mid 60s before cooler air makes its way in by early evening:

Wednesday will be dry but cooler, with temperatures starting off anywhere from the mid 30s to the low to mid 40s…
…then warming up to the low to mid 50s in the afternoon:
That’s still well above-average for mid-January!

Another chance of rain moves in late Wednesday night and sticks around Thursday, as shown by this radar simulation from the RPM model:
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The rain will be accompanied by more warm air…temperatures will top out in the 60s Thursday through the weekend:
Yet another chance of rain heads in late Saturday night and sticks around Sunday and Monday.  High temperatures will probably be closer to “normal” by early next week, but overnight lows will still be well above freezing!




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Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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