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September 7: Florida Prepares for Irma, Pleasant Weather Locally

While Florida braces for Hurricane Irma, the Midstate will enjoy a very pleasant weather pattern through the weekend.  I almost feel guilty about it. Temperatures tonight will drop to near-record lows in the low 50s: Tonight’s record low is 51°, … Continue reading

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September 6: All Eyes On Irma

The calendar still says summer, but our weather will feel downright autumnal for the next several days!  Temperatures tonight will drop to around 50 — awfully close to Nashville’s record low of 49, set in 1988: High temperatures tomorrow will … Continue reading

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September 3: Warm Labor Day, Watching Irma

More great weather on the way as we head into the homestretch of the Labor Day weekend.  Temperatures tonight will drop down to the low to mid 60s, with some patchy dense fog possible again: We’ll warm up to the … Continue reading

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September 2: Great Weather This Weekend, Looking Back at August

WEATHER The last of Harvey’s influence has moved out of the Midstate, and the rest of the Labor Day weekend is looking fantastic! Temperatures tonight will fall steadily, so you might want to bring a sweatshirt to Live On The … Continue reading

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September 1: Go Away, Harvey

The National Weather Service office in Nashville has confirmed TWO tornadoes from yesterday and last night – one in the Bordeaux area, another near Mt. Pleasant in Maury county.  No word yet on the Fujita-scale rating on the Maury county … Continue reading

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