The summery warmth of the weekend has packed up & headed south! Meanwhile, much more typical fall conditions have moved in in its place.
This change occurred late yesterday afternoon and overnight. Outdoors as of 6am today, it’s chilly!
It’s mildest over eastern Middle Tennessee, where clouds linger.
Clouds will gradually decrease from eastern Middle Tennessee this morning. The north wind will increase to 10-20 mph with higher gusts as we approach midday.
Here’s your temperature profile today…
Highs in many of our communities will look like this…
Weather for the Titans tonight will be cool & crisp!
Temperatures will keep tumbling overnight. In fact, we have the possibility of patchy frost at early tomorrow for the first time this season….mainly in the areas shaded blue.
Check out how cold it’ll get tonight:
This week, as high pressure builds in we expect lots of sunshine and no rain, plus temperatures typical of mid fall.
The next chance for rain won’t arrive until Sunday and even then, it’ll just be a slight chance for a shower.
Join me later today on News 4 at Noon! I’ll have an updated look at how cold it’ll get tonight and whether frost will be a concern tomorrow night as well.