Freeze Warning Tonight, Even Bigger Freeze Coming Next Week


TODAY: Cooler weather behind the front means we’ll only see highs in the upper 40s and low 50s during the day.  Look for decreasing clouds and north winds 10-20 mph through the day.  Football will be chilly tonight with temperatures in the 30s during the games.

TONIGHT: Friday Night lows fall into the upper 20s and low 30s.  A freeze warning is in effect for the region.  Wind continue to decrease, falling to nearly calm by morning.  Widespread frost is anticipated.

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SATURDAY: Look for highs in the mid to upper 50s with variable light winds and lots of sunshine!  Lows fall into the 30s Saturday Night.

SUNDAY: Temperatures climb into the mid to perhaps upper 60s in a few spots.  It’s really shaping up to be a fantastic day!  Clouds will slowly increase during the day but we’ll still have ample sunshine and keep things dry.  Lows Sunday Night fall into the mid 40s under a partly cloudy sky.

MONDAY: Look for an arctic cold front to come crashing in by Monday afternoon and evening.  Ahead of the front, we’ll see temperatures sticking in the middle 60s with scattered showers expected.  Once the front comes through, it’s a free fall with temperatures Monday Night falling into the upper 20s and low 30s.  Moisture is anticipated to clear out in time, preventing any widespread reports of wintry mix, though we can’t rule out a few flakes to fall along the Tennessee State Line.  No accumulation will occur, and no impacts are expected.

TUESDAY – WEDNESDAY: We’re trapped in a bitter cold air mass.  We’ll likely start both days with wind chill values in the teens.  Tuesday highs climb only into the upper 30s, with a lucky few into the lower 40s under a partly cloudy sky.  Showers will be out of the area by the morning hours Tuesday.  Wednesday looks chilly too, with highs in the 40s.  Lows Tuesday and Wednesday Night drop us into the 20s.  Record cold low temperatures may fall Wednesday Morning.

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