Monthly Archives: December 2017

December 31: Cold End and Beginning

Cold Arctic air filters in and the wind picks up for this last night of 2017. This last day of the year ended on a cold note with the high in Nashville at 25°, after a low this morning of … Continue reading

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Dangerously Cold

A strong passing arctic cold front, leaves behind dangerously cold temperatures to kick start the new year. Here’s a peak at our daytime highs over the course of the next four days…ouch ouch and ouch! Earlier clouds continue lifting and … Continue reading

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Cold start to 2018

Brrrr… temperatures will feel very cold from here on out as we ring in the new year. A strong arctic front is headed toward Middle Tennessee with a big temperature change in store for the second half of the weekend. Today, … Continue reading

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December 29: Arctic Air on the Way

A strong arctic front is headed toward Middle Tennessee. A big temperature change is in store for the second half of the weekend. Today reached 40° in Nashville, after falling to 19° this morning.  A few more clouds will move … Continue reading

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Coldest Day Around the Corner

Two things you’ll need today! Sunglasses Warm winter Coat Thick clouds remain well to the north of the Mid State. You’ll notice a few passing clouds throughout the day but sunshine will outweigh any cloud cover. As far as temperatures … Continue reading

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December 28: Cold Snap Continues

Another bitterly cold night tonight in the teens. This morning the low dropped down to 14°.  The high in Nashville only reached 36°, 11° below average for this time of year. This is the coldest since January 8 when the … Continue reading

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Bitter Cold Spell

Coffee didn’t do the trick this morning? Try stepping outside! Bone chilling start to our week with temperatures in the teens, feeling more like the single digits. Alright, everyone back inside. 🙂 Daytime highs will run ten degrees cooler than … Continue reading

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