Following a weekend of record heat and over 60 reports of storm damage, the weather will begin to feel more like winter just in time for Christmas.
Saturday, Nashville reached a record high of 75 degrees on the first day of winter, followed by a night and morning of thunderstorms, rain and strong winds.
Nashville experienced a wind gust of 59 miles per hour. There were numerous reports of trees and downed power lines.
A much colder air mass is moving into Middle Tennessee this week, however.
Christmas Eve day will be cold with a high of only 32 degrees.
On Christmas day, expect sunshine and a high of 45 degrees. The normal high on Christmas day is near 47 degrees. No snow is expected.
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