First Alert Forecast: Heavy rain to impact Thanksgiving travel
A First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Monday night and Tuesday
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A First Alert Weather Day has been issued for Monday night into Tuesday due to heavy downpours that could disrupt Thanksgiving travel plans
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It’ll be a chilly night across the Mid State with temperatures falling into the 30s widespread. Grab the jacket as you head out the door Sunday. Highs will be in the low 60s with a partly cloudy sky.
Monday will feature highs around 70º with increasing clouds. Rain showers will begin to develop late in the day Monday lingering into the first half of Tuesday.
FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY
Heavy rain is expected at times along with winds gusting up to 30 mph. No severe weather is expected. Tuesday will be a busy travel day for many, so allow yourself extra time to get where you’re going. If you are flying, check your flight status regularly, as delays elsewhere can impact your flight times.
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Wednesday will be the busiest travel day, according to AAA, but it will be a much quieter weather day across the Mid State. Dry conditions, partly cloudy skies, and cooler temperatures in the mid 50s are expected.
Thanksgiving looks great! Skies will be partly cloudy and highs will be in the 50s again.
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