Author Archives: Lisa Spencer

About Lisa Spencer

Lisa Spencer is the chief meteorologist at WSMV Channel 4 Nashville. You can catch her weathercasts weekdays at 5pm, 6pm and 10pm.

November 14: Dry Today, Rain Tomorrow

A few clouds will move in tonight. Lows will be around 40. That is not as cold as this morning’s 37°, that was cold enough to cause frost. Sunshine this afternoon made for a beautiful day in Music City with … Continue reading

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November 13: Chilly Start to Week

Chilly start to the week. Clouds will continue to slowly clear. The high reached 52° today in Nashville, but that was at midnight.  The afternoon high only reached 49°.  Tonight as the sky clears, it will be cold with some … Continue reading

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November 7: Rain Ends Cool Air Remains

Record setting rainfall in Nashville today with 1.76″. That smashes the old record from 1995, 1.16. Most of the rain has moved out, however, several flood warnings remain in effect tonight. Watch out around the Harpeth River near Kingston Springs … Continue reading

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November 6: More Rain and Storms

Another round of rain and thunderstorms moving across Middle Tennessee tonight. Some of those storms could be strong to severe.  The southern part of the mid state is in a “Marginal Risk” area for the potential of severe storms.  That … Continue reading

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Warm Weekend…Little Rain

The weekend is off to a warm start with the high reaching 74° today, 8° above the average early November day.  Temperatures will be even warmer over the weekend with highs rising to near 80°, close to record warmth. The … Continue reading

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Trick and Treat on this Halloween

Weather was a treat today, the high 59 with lots of sunshine.  Tonight is cool for the kiddos in search of candy, but overnight rain will move in. It’s a great night for the big kids to have some fun … Continue reading

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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. That meant some scrapping on … Continue reading

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