The Bitter Low Temperatures of January 7-8, 2014

[This article updated: 01/09/14]

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
1225 PM CST TUE JAN 7 2014

...RECORD COLD ACROSS PARTS OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE THIS MORNING...

A BITTERLY COLD ARCTIC AIRMASS THAT SETTLED OVER MIDDLE TENNESSEE
YESTERDAY AND TODAY BROUGHT RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES TO PARTS OF
THE AREA. BELOW IS A LIST OF OFFICIAL LOW TEMPERATURE REPORTS FOR
TUESDAY JANUARY 7 FROM ASOS AND COOP SITES ACROSS MIDDLE TENNESSEE.

...ASOS SITES...

NASHVILLE INTL AIRPORT.............2
CLARKSVILLE OUTLAW FIELD...........1
CROSSVILLE MEMORIAL AIRPORT.......-9

...COOP SITES...

CROSSVILLE RAWS..................-11
ALLARDT...........................-9
MANCHESTER 2N.....................-9
COALMONT..........................-8
FALL CREEK FALLS..................-8
JAMESTOWN.........................-8
MONTEREY..........................-6
JOELTON...........................-5
CHARLOTTE.........................-4
LEBANON 7N........................-4
SPARTA............................-4
WOODBURY..........................-4
CHRISTIANA........................-3
FT CAMPBELL RAWS..................-3
LAFAYETTE RAWS....................-3
SMITHVILLE........................-3
WHITE HOUSE.......................-3
BRENTWOOD.........................-2
BURNS RAWS........................-2
BYRDSTOWN.........................-2
CENTERVILLE.......................-2
LEWISBURG EXP.....................-2
WARTRACE 6E.......................-2
KINGSTON SPRINGS..................-1
LOBELVILLE........................-1
ROCK ISLAND S.P...................-1
THOMPSON STATION..................-1
WFO OLD HICKORY...................-1
FORT DONELSON......................0
MURFREESBORO.......................0
COLUMBIA 3NW.......................1
HOHENWALD..........................1
BERRY FIELD........................2
CAMDEN.............................2
PULASKI............................2


$$

SHAMBURGER

Middle Tennessee Low Temperatures - January 7 2014


Following is a picture sent to us of a bitterly cold
temperature (of -2 degrees) in Joelton (Davidson County)
on the morning of the 7th.


[Photo Credit: Amanda Williams]

Thanks to a decent snow cover along the Upper Cumberland,
temperatures were once again bitterly cold over eastern
parts of Middle Tennessee on the morning of the
8th. Here's a photo sent to us of a thermometer reading
of 1 degree near Allardt (in Fentress County):



Photo of thermometer near Allardt (Fentress County), 709 am, 01/08/14
[Photo Credit: James Bilbrey]



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