Frosty to Fabulous…Next?

After waking to frost everywhere, it warmed up nicely in Middle Tennessee.  The temperature went from 30° this morning in Nashville to 71°.  Some folks this morning dropped all the way to the mid 20s.

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That meant some scrapping on the windshield this morning.

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Tonight will be cold again, just not as cold as this morning. Lows should be in the mid to upper 30s. So that means we will see more patchy frost across the area. Here’s the latest Futurecast depiction for 7 AM Tomorrow.

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A front is moving through tonight.  It won’t produce any rain, but it will bring more cool air into the area.  Tomorrow afternoon will reach the mid 50s in Nashville. It will be a little cooler in northwest Middle Tennessee.

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It will be chilly for trick or treaters. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 50s when most little goblins are out.

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Clouds will really thicken overnight into Wednesday morning and with that rain enters the forecast for hump day. Here’s the latest Futurecast timing on the rain.

An on and off rain scenario continues for the rest of the week. Temperatures will slowly rise again to the low 70s by Thursday and Friday.

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Reminder that this Thursday, even with the rain chance, we will have Surviving the Storm in Columbia at Columbia Academy.  This is our traveling road show that helps get you ready for severe weather.  It is great for newcomers to the area too. It’s free the program begins at 7pm.  The doors open at 6pm.

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I’ll have a weather update on News 4 at 10pm.

Lisa Spencer

 

 

 

 

About Lisa Spencer

Lisa Spencer is the chief meteorologist at WSMV Channel 4 Nashville. You can catch her weathercasts weekdays at 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 6:30pm and 10pm.
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3 Responses to Frosty to Fabulous…Next?

  1. Fred says:

    The 41 degree temperature range today ties the record for this date, set in 1990. It’s, also, among the greatest measured in the month of October. The all-time record is 44 degrees, observed on the 1st of 1949 and the 3rd of 1984.

  2. Lisa Spencer says:

    Great info Fred. Thank you.

  3. Fred says:

    Welcome, as always, Lisa!

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