Saturday, October 25, 2008

Clouds Out... Brief Warm-Up... Then Colder Weather Ahead!

Clouds associated with the late week storm system that brought us all the beneficial rain will be on the way out today. Still, most folks will have to deal with patchy dense fog this morning, due to calm winds and saturated ground. The sun will pop out during the afternoon and highs will climb into the lower 60s across the Mid State area. Winds turn southwesterly tomorrow, and a short-lived warm-up ensues. Afternoon highs will climb to near 70...but don't let it fool you... changes ARE on the way. By Monday, a strong cold front will be barreling southeastward, knocking highs Monday back firmly into the 50s on brisk northwest winds. Expect a widespread light frost both Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Afternoon highs will slowly moderate into the low to mid 60s through the week, with highs reaching 70 by Friday.

Today's Hometown QuickCast

Nashville: Afternoon sun with a high of 61
Cookeville: Some afternoon clearning with a high of 60
Lawrenceburg: Afternoon sun with a high of 62
Manchester: Afternoon sun with a high of 61
Clarksville: Afternoon sun with a high of 61
Gallatin: Afternoon clearing with a high of 60

Have a great Saturday everybody!

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