November 10: Mostly Pleasant Weekend, Nerd-Links


We’ve got a chilly night in store for us, with clear skies and light winds allowing temperatures drop to around 30° by early Saturday morning:

Abundant sunshine and southerly winds will allow us to recover from that chilly start, with highs reaching the low 60s Saturday afternoon:

If you’re heading out to run in the Nashville Marathon & Half-Marathon, dress in layers — you’ll want to shed some of those layers throughout the race:

The weather is looking quite pleasant for Veterans Day parades and observances:

We’ll top out around 60° again on Sunday despite increasing clouds:

Just a slight shower chance late in the day…the RPM model pictured here is thoroughly unimpressed with our rain chances:

I’m really not worried about rain during the Titans game — just a normal fall day:

Dry conditions and near-normal temperatures will prevail Monday and Tuesday, before a warmer and wetter weather pattern settles in the rest of the week:

The long-range data is still all-over-the-place in terms of where and when the rain will be most likely late next week, which is why I’m keeping each day’s chance below 50% for now.  Stay tuned for updates…



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