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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
455 AM CDT TUE OCT 28 2014

...AVERAGE FIRST FALL FREEZE DATES...

THE AVERAGE FIRST FALL FREEZE DATE FOR NASHVILLE IS OCTOBER 28TH...
CLARKSVILLE OCTOBER 20TH AND OCTOBER 19TH FOR CROSSVILLE. THERE
IS A 50 PERCENT CHANCE OF HAVING HAD A FREEZE BY THE ABOVE DATES.
A FEW LOCATIONS COULD GET DOWN TO FREEZING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
MORNINGS...ESPECIALLY ALONG THE PLATEAU AND NEAR THE KENTUCKY
BORDER. LAST YEAR (2013) NASHVILLE HAD ITS FIRST FREEZE IN THE
FALL ON OCTOBER 25TH WHEN THE TEMPERATURE FELL TO 30 DEGREES.

THE LATEST FIRST FREEZE IN THE FALL ON RECORD FOR NASHVILLE WAS ON
NOVEMBER 27TH IN 2009...WHICH TIED 1902 FOR THE LATEST FIRST
FREEZE IN THE FALL. IN CONTRAST...THE EARLIEST IN THE FALL THAT
A FREEZE HAS BEEN RECORDED IN NASHVILLE WAS ON OCTOBER 2ND 1984.

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