Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KOHX 010014

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Nashville TN
714 PM CDT Sat Oct 31 2020



This Halloween will be a lot more tolerable temperature and
weather wise compared to last year as much of the area is
currently enjoying sunny skies with temperatures well into the
upper 50s and 60s area wide. Even though clouds will be on the
increase this evening as a cold front approaches, fairly
reasonable temperatures can be expected for any outdoor evening
festivities. As the cold front nears Middle Tennessee early Sunday
morning, a few Plateau showers may pop up ahead of the front, but
shouldn`t be too much of a worry. Strong northerly winds will be
the main game on Sunday as sustained winds 10-20mph with gusts up
to 30mph will be possible with sunshine expected to return. These
gusty winds will die down by sunset bringing freezing
temperatures to the entire forecast area by Monday morning.

After a frosty start on Monday, a warming trend will be your
friend with Highs starting off in the 50s on Monday but returning
to the 60s Tuesday and Wednesday and possibly even reaching the
lower 70s by Thursday and into the weekend. Morning freezing
temperatures will mostly be a distant memory too as the work week
progresses. A lot of uncertainty in when the next chances for
rain will be but should at least occur next weekend or beyond.



Winds are light this evening with bkn high clouds moving into
Middle Tennessee. Expect cigs to lower after midnight tonight to
near MVFR heights. Winds will increase early Sunday morning ahead
of an approaching frontal boundary. Gusts 20 to 25 knots will
be possible throughout the daytime hours on Sunday, but skies
should clear out by 18z at all sites.


Freeze Watch from late Sunday night through Monday morning for
Bedford-Cannon-Cheatham-Clay-Coffee-Cumberland-Davidson-De Kalb-
Trousdale-Van Buren-Warren-Wayne-White-Williamson-Wilson.



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