March 16: Warmer Weather Ahead, Daily Links


Very cold once again this morning — these were the official low temperatures observed across the Midstate:

The record low for this date in Nashville is 19° — so close!

We’ll see more of a warm-up today compared to the past couple of days, with highs reaching up to around 50° this afternoon:

Increasing clouds tonight will keep temperatures above freezing:

A good chance of showers moves in Friday and Friday night.  A few rumbles of thunder possible Friday evening and overnight, but nothing severe is anticipated.  The RPM model’s radar simulation shows the hit-and-miss activity during the day on Friday, with the heavier stuff well after sunset:

High temperatures Friday will still reach the 50s, despite the clouds and showers:

We climb back to the low 60s over the weekend…mostly dry this weekend as well, after an early-morning (pre-sunrise in all likelihood) rain chance south of I-40 on Saturday:

A big warm-up Monday, ahead of another chance of showers and non-severe storms Monday night and Tuesday:

The long-range models have been hinting at the possibility of severe weather ingredients coming together late next week (Thursday night and Friday) — but that’s a LONG way off and it’s way too early to be concerned.  We’ll keep an eye on it for you.



About paulheggen33

Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.