Chilly temperatures will stick around…

A high pressure is building in over the area as we head into the evening hours and quickly moves out of the region by tomorrow afternoon.  There is a slight chance of flurries/sprinkles Wednesday afternoon into the evening, however best chances are south of us near the Nashville area.  The system will clear out in advance of another system impacting our area Thursday night through Friday morning.  A clipper system will track north of us, models are pushing some light precipitation our way in the form of light snow or flurries.  Models are only pushing around a couple hundredths of an inch into the area, GFS has around a tenth of an inch, anywhere from a trace to an inch is possible at the moment.

The start of next week is looking interesting, but to even mention a forecast for that would be ridiculous since it is so far out.  However they do show some snow accumulation as a possibility.  The next forecast by Kyle coming at the first of next week will hit on this more.

Tuesday:  Expect mostly clear skies with highs in the low 40s and lows around 20.  West wind between 5 and 10 mph.

Wednesday:  Expect mostly sunny skies to start, with clouds rolling in later in the day as we have a slight 20% chance or flurries/sprinkles in the afternoon.  Highs will be in low 40s with lows in the upper 20s.  West wind between 5 and 10 mph.

Thursday: Partly cloudy skies to start but expect mostly cloudy skies by the evening hours as our best chance of flurries arrives overnight into early Friday morning.  30% chance of snow. A trace to one inch possible.

Friday:  Expect partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid 30s and lows around 20.

The long range forecast seems to keep the cold temperatures around for a while, so keep those jackets and coats handy.

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