First Alert Forecast: Cooler Air Building In
It’ll be a tranquil week until strong-severe thunderstorms return to the area Friday night.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Cooler air is moving in, so much so that frost is expected Wednesday morning.
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TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY:
Tuesday will be a breezy and much cooler day than Monday with winds gusting into the 20s. The day will begin with a lot of cloud cover and a sprinkle or passing shower in a few spots. Sunshine will take over during the afternoon. Temperatures will begin in the low 40s and end in the 50s and lowermost 60s.
Frost is likely to form Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. Temperatures will tumble back through the 30s then.
Wednesday afternoon will be sunny and pleasant.
Thursday also looks good, but much warmer. Highs Thursday will be in the mid 70s.
FRIDAY -- First Alert Weather Day in effect
A southerly wind will develop on Friday, ushering in more humid air. Through the day, a few showers will be possible. The wind will gust to 40 mph at times, as temperatures climb back into the 70s.
Friday night, scattered showers and some strong-severe thunderstorms will move through. Any storms could contain damaging wind gusts. An isolated tornado will also be possible. As of now, it appears this system will clear the area by sunrise on Saturday.
Saturday will be breezy and mild, as the air gradually dries out.
Sunday will be less windy, mostly sunny, and very pleasant.
Next week will begin warmer with highs on Monday expected to be around 80 degrees.
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