NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – It certainly would be fair to say that we have not seen a whole lot of winter-like temperatures this season.
As a matter of fact, until today the lowest high temperature we had this January was 52° on New Year’s Day. We have also had two 70 degree days and four 60 degree days (the rest 50s) when the average high is in the mid-40s. Sunday’s high was technically 40° just after midnight, though daytime highs were in the 30s.
December and November of 2019 were similar, except the coldest low and high temperatures we have had were in November, with 17° and 29° respectively. One of the rare cold spells so far this season!
Lows tonight will dip into the teens with wind chill values running near single digits by daybreak.
This week will start off cold but return to 50-degree temperatures by Thursday.
We’ll wait and see what winter has to bring for the rest of January and February!