Thursday, October 16, 2008

Fall Type Weather Here...And Here To Stay?

As I mentioned in the radar photo above, the rain has yet to enter the Nashville metro area, but it has begun raining in the Dover and Paris areas of TN. All of this wet weather is associated with a cold front positioned around Paducah like I also mentioned. It should reach the Nashville area by the lunchtime rush, so be careful if your out and about driving today. Most of the rain should be east of Nashville by the 6-7 o'clock period. There could still be some isolated spots of showers/t'showers in the Nashville area even after the 6-7 o'clock time frame so keep that in mind also.

From what the models are saying, it looks like we could be in this fall like pattern from here on out. I wouldn't be surprised at all if yesterday's 80º reading was the last of the year. Isn't that nice to know! Have a good Thursday everyone.

Nashville: upper 60's; 80% chance
Clarksville: mid to upper 60's; 80% chance
Cookeville: upper 60's to low 70's; 60% chance
Columbia: upper 60's; 80% chance
Manchester: low 70's; 60% chance

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