Cold Tonight & Friday, Mild Weekend, Warmer Next Week!
Thursday Night Forecast Update
Thursday Night Forecast Update for November 25th:
Just a few clouds are still lingering around West Tennessee tonight and they will clear out by midnight. The wind chill could be in the teens Friday morning so be sure to bundle up if you are heading out to do some shopping. Temperatures will stay chilly all day Friday. Temperatures will warm some this weekend but the real warm up will be coming next week. Catch the latest details and the rest of your holiday weekend forecast coming up right here.
The light drizzle and clouds will move out this evening and clear skies will move in overnight. The breezy winds have shifted to the northwest behind the front bringing a cooler and drier air mas in behind it. Lows tonight will drop down to the mid 20s. It will be VERY COLD for Black Friday shoppers who plan to head out, so be sure to bundle up. If you are planning on standing outside waiting for a store to open I recommend a winter hat and gloves along with your winter coat; maybe some long johns too.
Another chilly day is in the forecast for Friday. Morning lows will start in the mid 20s and highs will only reach the mid to upper 40s. Sunny skies are also expected and the winds will be light out of the south. Playoff football games are going to be cold with temperatures into the upper or mid 30s for the games. By Saturday morning, lows will fall back down to the low 30s again.
Like the last 2 weekends, Saturday looks to be nicer then Sunday. Another front looks likely to pass through on Sunday, but rain chances currently are pretty low associated with the front. Highs will make it to the upper 50s on Saturday and mid 50s Sunday depending on the timing of the weekend’s cold front. Weekend nighttime lows will fall down into the mid 30s.
Warmer and mostly sunny weather is expected to return to West Tennessee next week. Highs will make it close to 60° on Monday, and low to mid 60s on Tuesday. Winds will come out of the south and west early in the week. More clouds will move in towards the middle of the week and rain chances remain low as the week goes on as well. Some locations are expected to reach the mid 60s next Wednesday/Thursday and rain chances look quite low for the majority of the week. Winds will stay out of the south and west for the first half and middle of next week.
Not only are we beginning to crawl deeper into the fall season and freezing weather will be coming soon, we are also in our second severe weather season. So you need to stay weather aware to changing weather patterns and monitor the forecasts closely. We got you covered in the WBBJ 7 Storm Team Weather Center as always.
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Storm Team Chief Meteorologist