Temperatures fell to 53 degrees this morning in Crossville, shattering the old record of 57 degrees from 2004.
The coldest spot in the News 2 viewing area this Monday morning was on the northern Cumberland Plateau, where Jamestown fell to the upper 40s. Wow!
Nashville officially dropped to 60 degrees, which is two degrees shy of the record low of 58 degrees set back on July 29th, 1925.
Clarksville officially fell to 56 degrees this morning.
The first image shows the temperature round-up at 5:00 a.m.
Thanks to Jill Romano for sharing this fine sunrise shot from downtown Nashville early this morning - see the second image. High cirrus clouds combined with the early morning sunrise (5:52 a.m. in Nashville) to briefly create lots of pretty colors.
Low temperatures late tonight into early tomorrow morning (July 30th) should drop to the low 60s. Nashville's average low this time of summer is a mild 70 degrees.