November 8: Return of the Sun, Nerd-Links


After three consecutive gloomy days, we’re finally going to see some sunshine tomorrow through the first half of the weekend.

A few showers could still slide through southern Middle Tennessee this evening, as shown here by the HRRR model’s radar simulation:

But overall we’ll see decreasing clouds overnight, allowing temperatures to drop to the mid to upper 30s in most locations:

Abundant sunshine will warm us up to around 60° Thursday afternoon:

Another wave of cool air will keep us in the upper 40s and low 50s on Friday:

Back to the low 60s after a chilly start on Saturday, then our next chance of showers arrives on Sunday:

Just a limited rain chance for the first half of next week, with temperatures near-normal:



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1 Response to November 8: Return of the Sun, Nerd-Links

  1. Fred says:

    Sunshine is expected to make a welcome return tomorrow and 8 day-long cloudy streak (despite considerable amount of sunshine last weekend) is, likely, to come to an end. It is the longest such streak to start the month of November this century and, probably, the all-time record, as far as reliable measurements are concerned.

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