Goodbye rain, hello sunshine

It was a very quick goodbye wave to the rain and clouds this morning! High pressure did its dance, spreading the sunshine for all. Here’s a peak out from our Downtown window. Very beautiful…


Speaking of beauty, check out these snaps. The first one was captured by our loyal Channel 4 viewer Janice  — over Old Hickory Lake this morning. Love the color spectrum — pinks, oranges, even a little purple in there.dd-picture3

Herb of Lascassas captured this sunrise earlier as well, reporting 39 chilly degrees. If he snapped the same spot right now, most of those white puffy things would be out of sight!dd-picture

You probably noticed the chill in the air. Nashville hit a low of 41 degrees this morning and currently sitting right around average for mid-February, in the upper 40s to lower 50s region-wide. Breezy northwesterly winds makes it FEEL about five degrees cooler than the actual air temperature.wsmv-dma-temps-zoom1_effectsquiggle-autoplotdt-dma-wind-chill-still1

Skies continue to clear and temperatures will remain cold this evening and tonight. The bright side? Air is crisp and we remain precipitation-free. Nothing a heavy coat can’t handle. 🙂dd-skycast-evening

Check out how low we go tonight! Everyone together….brrrrr! We’ll be at or just around the freezing mark, just as the kiddos make it out the door to the bus stop. Extra layers will be needed.daphne-icast-temperature

Things warm up quickly, though! Radiant sunshine will heat the surface up, bringing mid/upper 50s to town by the afternoon. Areas along the Cumberland Plateau will be slightly cooler, in the upper 40s/lower 50s.daphne-icast-temperature2

TGIF sunshine and even warmer  mid-60s are what we can look forward to finishing off the week with. Hope you get out there and enjoy, as more clouds and rain is on the way by Saturday. wsmv-4-plus-4-am

Meteorologist Dan Thomas will have the full breakdown on the rain and its timing coming up on Channel 4 at 4, 4:30 and 6:30 today! Chief Meteorologist Lisa Spencer will have updates at 5, 6 and 10 tonight!

I’ll be back with you tomorrow at noon 4 & 4:30! Stay warm and have a wonderful evening!

-Daphne DeLoren

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