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TGIF Sunshine & Incredibly Warmer Days Ahead

TGIF! What a beautiful wrap the week… If you’re just heading out the door temperatures are cold but not quite as cold as the 8 degrees Nashville woke up to yesterday — teens to lower 20s…Our warming trend irons out … Continue reading

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Ready for Some Good News!

Heavenly! Refreshing blue skies and a very chilly start to our morning with temperatures running in the teens region-wide. Abundant sunshine will warm things up today, finally above freezing this afternoon in the upper 30-degree range. Not only today but … Continue reading

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4WARN Weather Alert

**4WARN WEATHER ALERT in effect today and tomorrow.** A deceiving start to our morning! Refreshing sunshine and seasonably chilly temperatures in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Some big changes are on the way, and in the very near future. … Continue reading

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4WARN Weather Alert for Friday

Rain drops knocking on the door this Thursday morning.. nothing heavy, all in the form of rain and widely scattered across the Mid State. 9:38 AM Radar Update: few light showers tracking northeast through Gallatin, Franklin, Crossville and Paris. Keep … Continue reading

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Big Changes on the Way

More clouds and our second morning in a row with a Dense Fog Advisory issued until 9 AM. Visibility drops below a quarter mile at times, particularly for our northwestern counties. Clouds keep temperatures warmer than average this morning in … Continue reading

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Temperature Hopscotch

Looks like a white board (or grey board)! A capture of Downtown Nashville this morning.. dense fog an issue for many. Visibility struggling down to a 1/4 of a mile even less in some spots. DENSE FOG ADVISORY carries on … Continue reading

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A Messy Monday

Ice covered roads pave a messy start to our Monday morning, especially for our eastern counties. Just in Cumberland County, at least thirty accidents reported. Three salt trucks overturned in Grundy County. Most of the icy roads have been east, … Continue reading

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