January 30: A Calm Week Ahead, Daily Links


After our brief round of snow, rain and sleet yesterday, the weather throughout the upcoming week looks pretty calm overall.  Skies cleared out pretty quickly this morning, leaving us with a nice amount of sunshine for the rest of the day. Temperatures along and west of I-24 will warm up to around 50° this afternoon, and even eastern Middle Tennessee will be warm enough to get rid of the leftover icy patches on side roads:

Not much of a drop tonight — only falling to the low 40s, then we’ll actually warm up a couple of degrees before the sun comes up Tuesday morning:

We’ll hit the low 60s for highs on Tuesday!

The next wave of cooler air will approach us on Wednesday — temperatures will still be mild, but we’ll see a chance of showers south of I-40 late in the the day.  This image from the BAMS model shows why we’re not getting carried away with the percentages just yet:

Cooler weather settles in for the end of the work week, along with slight rain chances:
The weekend brings us a better chance of rain Saturday night and Sunday.  That’s still a long way off in the extended forecast, so we’ll keep you updated as the timing and strength of that system come into better focus.



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