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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
107 AM CST WED JAN 7 2015

...BELOW FREEZING TEMPERATURES NEXT 4 DAYS...

A 1060 MILLIBAR HIGH PRESSURE CENTERED OVER WESTERN CANADA WILL
DRIVE ARCTIC AIR SOUTHEASTWARD AND OVERSPREAD A LARGE PART OF THE
CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AS WE GO THROUGH THE WORK WEEK INTO
SATURDAY. THIS MEANS A LONG PERIOD OF SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES FOR
MIDDLE TENNESSEE. IN FACT...THE FORECAST CALLS FOR TEMPERATURES TO
NOT RISE ABOVE FREEZING UNTIL SUNDAY. THIS MEANS 4 DAYS OF
SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES. THE LAST TIME THAT NASHVILLE HAD A
STRETCH OF SUBFREEZING TEMPERATURES THAT LASTED 4 DAYS WAS BACK IN
JANUARY OF 2010. THE LONGEST THAT NASHVILLE HAS GONE WITH
CONSECUTIVE DAYS BELOW FREEZING IS 12 DAYS WAY BACK IN 1895. THAT
STRETCH ENDED ON FEBRUARY 15TH.

BELOW IS A TABLE OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH THE MAX TEMPERATURE AT
OR BELOW FREEZING.

12 DAYS...FEBRUARY 15TH 1895 (ENDING DATE)
10 DAYS...FEBRUARY 14TH 1899
10 DAYS...JANUARY 3RD 1877
 9 DAYS...JANUARY 10TH 1942
 8 DAYS...JANUARY 22ND 1918
 8 DAYS...JANUARY 2ND 1900
 7 DAYS...JANUARY 15TH 1978
 7 DAYS...DECEMBER 24TH 1963


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