First Alert Forecast: Heavy rain moves in during Thanksgiving travel
A First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Tuesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Tuesday and the impact it may have on holiday travel.
A drier and much cooler weekend ahead. More rain returns next week.
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Clearing sky through morning, the low will drop to the upper 40s.
Early Saturday, we’ll have a light north breeze making it feel colder than our start temperatures in the 40s.
The afternoon looks mostly sunny and pleasant with highs around 60°.
Sunday will start even colder, around freezing or just above.
The afternoon looks beautiful, although a few clouds will begin to move in. High, 63.
THE START OF NEXT WEEK:
A major storm system will affect the Mid South and Deep South early next week.
On Monday, light rain showers will begin to develop, as a light easterly breeze kicks in.
Monday night, rain will increase in coverage and intensity. The high will be in the mid 60s.
A First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Tuesday, for the potential for holiday travel disruptions. Tuesday looks especially wet. There will be some heavy downpours & potentially some embedded thundershowers. Expect travel delays. People flying toward the east may have travel impacts too. Delays will be most likely on Wednesday in the Northeast, as that storm system affects major cities there.
Sunshine will return on Wednesday, but it’ll be cooler, High in the low 50s. Great weather for traveling by car.
Thanksgiving/Thursday will be gorgeous, with lows around freezing and highs in the mid 50s.
Friday looks good for Black Friday, partly cloudy, high in the mid 60s.
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