Monday, March 13, 2017

Summary: Cooler temps than we are used to. A couple of nights this week will get below freezing. Chance of rain today and Friday.

We go from thunderstorms and a squall line to snow in 48 hours. That’s a Tennessee spring for you. Thankfully this week looks to be much calmer.

Monday – High 46* Low 33*

Today, we have rain pushing in from our west to give us a 80% chance of rain today and lingering chance into tonight. Our winds will be out of the south at 5 to 10 mph, shifting to be from the west during the afternoon.

Here’s the HRRR model simulated radar for rain today. Note that it appears the snow may stay north of us.

Tonight, a 40% chance of rain, mainly before 1am. Winds will shift to come out of the north northwest at 5 to 10mph.

Tuesday – High 40* Low 21

Rain moves out in the early morning hours, leaving us a mostly cloudy and very cool Tuesday with a high about 40 degrees. Winds out of the north northwest at 10mph.

Overnight Tuesday temps take a tumble with a low of 21 degrees. Clouds will be around in the early part of the evening, but give way to clear skies. Winds out of the north at 5 to 10mph.

Wednesday – High 39* Low 23*

Wednesday will also be a pretty chilly day. Sunny, wth a high near 39 degrees. Winds out of the north at 5 to 10 mph (so it will feel colder).

Wednesday night brings a few clouds, with a low temperature of 23 degrees. Winds calm down overnight.

End of workweek and weekend

Rain chances return on Friday as a gradual warm up starts on Thursday. Rain will be moved out by Saturday morning, leaving us a warmer and dry weekend to feel like spring again.

Extended Forecast

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