It was a day that started off rather cloudy in most areas, due to a band of mixed precipitation that swept through the northern part of the mid-state, accumulation wise it didn't amount to much. Clouds and fog burned off by 10:00 o'clock, but some mid level cumulus clouds stayed in place throughout the day, but for the most part it was a good day. But the temperatures were VERY noticeable. Area temperatures stayed in the mid-to-lower 30's for the day. If you think that is nippy, haha, you haven't seen anything yet!!
Short Range Forecast Models appear to indicate a disturbance move through our area tomorrow in the form of a cold front that will drop our temperatures substantially and even get us a shot of seeing some flurries flying, though I don't expect much in the way of accumulation, maybe a light dusting on the Highland Rim and Cumberland Plateau.
Lows around 20
Southwest Winds around 5-10 M.p.h.
(W.C. in the Teens)
Highs in the mid 40's
Mostly Cloudy, then Becoming Partly Cloudy
Low around 16
Chance of Flurries
Have a Good Safe Night!!!!!