After the coldest day so far this season, we are now looking for the coldest night.
As if temps are not cold enough, a second push of arctic air slipped just south of the TN/KY border this morning, keeping places like Clarksville, Springfield, Portland, and Livingston in the teens most of the day, with 20s farther south.
That second push will likely yield single digit lows in those northern areas by Thursday morning.
In addition, an upper-level disturbance may bring some snow flurries to southern KY and far northern parts of Middle TN from around 9pm-2am.
After the frigid start Thursday morning, temps should finally edge above freezing in the afternoon, reaching the mid to upper 30s.
Our Next Weather Maker will be Friday when a wintry mix is expected in the early morning hours changing to rain showers as the day wears on and temps warm to the mid-40s.
Some slick roads could develop again early Friday morning. We’ll keep you posted.
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