Shower Breakdown

Well well, hello spring! Unoffical spring, I should say. I guess it takes temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s for flowers to blossom early. Check out the neat viewer photos sent in today.

Here’s one from Cathy of Algood . She shares the Pink Fujino Spirea unraveling in her beautiful garden…

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“spring has come early to Algood!” – Cathy

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Cloud party reported by Herb in Lascassas, TN. Thanks, Herb!

Nashville woke up to 59 mild degrees this morning and the thermometer only went UP. Many broke the 70-degree mark and the sun has long set with a current time of 8:58 pm — STILL in the upper 60s. My goodness. This is all thanks to a southerly flow ahead of an approaching cold front.

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So far, so good. Just a few spotty showers here and there. The better chance for showers arrives late overnight into the early morning on Sunday. I do not expect as much rain as Futurecast is predicting here, but as far as timing…on the same page. dd-rpm-4km-eveningdd-rpm-4km-evening2dd-rpm-4km-evening3dd-rpm-4km-evening4dd-rpm-4km-evening5

Light spotty rain tracks from northwest to southeast within the morning then boom! Decreasing clouds and a nice dry finish to the weekend! Not bad, right?

As the cold front pushes through, you’ll notice temperatures decreasing throughout the day. Here’s a temperature version of Futurecast…daphne-icast-temperaturedaphne-icast-temperature2daphne-icast-temperature3

Winds will shift gears and pick up behind the cold front, out of the northwest tomorrow with gusts up to 25 mph.

Seasonable lower 50s with some bright sunshine to kick start the week. A system will approach just to our south. It may lift far enough north to give our southern counties a few spotty showers on Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning but definitely not a Valentine’s date night spoiler. 😉wsmv-4-plus-4-pm

Join me on Channel 4 at 10 for the full break down of when your town can expect to see the rain. Have a blessed night!

-Daphne DeLoren

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