The Next 24 Hours – Damp, Cooler and Still Breezy


The breeze just won’t quit, rain remains possible, and temperatures get cooler on Tuesday. That gusty southeast wind overnight shifts more to the southwest by midday Tuesday. Some cooler, drier air will move in at the surface, but it is not the “cold” weather we are expecting later in the week! Highs on Tuesday will top out around 50 to 55 degrees with a southwest wind at 15 to 25 MPH on average. The best chance of rain is in the early morning, but there will be a few spotty showers throughout the day (especially in the afternoon north of the Tennessee River).

More showers and some snow flurries are likely later this week, but the big message in the forecast is the big chill that sets in Wednesday night! Be sure to check out the latest on the coming cold snap at!

Climate Data for February 26th
Sunrise: 6:20 AM
Sunset: 5:41 PM
Average High: 59 Record 78 (1951)
Average Low: 38 Record 11 (1967)

Hours of Daylight: 11:21 (2 minutes longer than Monday)

Temperatures and Rain Chances by the Hour on Tuesday:

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