NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – After a beautiful couple of days, a cold front will swing through late tonight into early Wednesday morning. It will drop temperatures significantly from the 70s on Tuesday to the 50s Wednesday afternoon.
As the cold air drops in and mixes with the moisture ahead of the front, light rain and the potential for a wintry mix could occur after 10 p.m. Tuesday through about 5 a.m. Wednesday. Accumulation is not expected as the ground will be too warm.
However, temperatures will tumble and with the winds it will feel even colder! Wind chill values will be in the 20s Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will continue to be unseasonably cold especially in the mornings. There could be frost and even a hard freeze in spots! For that reason, a Freeze Watch will be in place for many counties east of I-65. This Freeze Watch will begin late Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Bring your sensitive plants inside, keep any outdoor pipes dripping and bring your pets indoors! We could also be near record lows in Nashville! Find the winter jacket!