Near Record Warmth Expected Today and Saturday

...NEAR RECORD WARMTH EXPECTED IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY...
...THEN A TREND BACK TO COLDER CONDITIONS...

SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL BRING UNSEASONABLY WARM WEATHER TO MIDDLE
TENNESSEE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY...AND PRODUCE NEAR RECORD HIGHS.

THE FORECAST HIGH AT NASHVILLE ON FRIDAY IS 72 DEGREES...WHICH WOULD
TIE THE OLD RECORD SET BACK IN 1890. A HIGH OF 75 DEGREES IS
EXPECTED AT NASHVILLE ON SATURDAY...WHICH WOULD TIE THE OLD RECORD
OF 75...ALSO SET BACK IN 1890. THE ALL TIME RECORD HIGH AT
NASHVILLE FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY IS 78 DEGREES...LAST SET BACK
ON JANUARY 24, 1972.

THE FORECAST HIGH AT CROSSVILLE FOR FRIDAY IS 66...WHICH WOULD
BREAK THE OLD RECORD OF 64...SET BACK IN 1960. THE HIGH
TEMPERATURE AT CROSSVILLE ON SATURDAY IS EXPECTED TO BE 67...WHICH
WOULD BREAK THE OLD RECORD OF 64...ALSO SET IN 1960. THE ALL TIME
RECORD HIGH AT CROSSVILLE FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY IS 72...SET ON
JANUARY 30, 2002.

THIS WARM SPELL WILL BE SHORT LIVED...AND IS EXPECTED TO BE
FOLLOWED BY A GENERAL COOLING TREND OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS ...WITH
SOME VERY COLD CANADIAN AIR POSSIBLY ARRIVING BY LATE NEXT WEEK OR
SHORTLY THEREAFTER. TEMPERATURES OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS COULD
VERY WELL TUMBLE SOME 30 TO 40 DEGREES...OR EVEN MORE...FOLLOWING
THIS NICE WARM INTERLUDE. SO...DON`T PUT AWAY THE HEAVY COATS.
THEY`LL PROBABLY COME IN HANDY AGAIN SOON.



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