Topic: wind chill
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville City Government offices will be closed Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 because of the 4-6 inches of snow that fell overnight, creating hazardous travel conditions across the City, Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan announced.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service has upgraded the Clarksville-Montgomery County area as well as Middle Tennessee from a Winter Storm Advisory to a Winter Storm Warning. Snow has fallen overnight for Clarksville-Montgomery County making for hazardous travel conditions.
Snow is currently falling and expected to continue all day Tuesday with a chance of flurries tonight and Wednesday.
A band of snow was located across northwestern and north central Middle Tennessee early this morning, and is forecast to continue moving southeastward during the day.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service has issued another wind chill advisory for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee for midnight tonight through noon Tuesday. Cold Arctic air will persist across the area.
Another night of cold air with sub zero wind chills is expected tonight. Wind chill values will bottom out around 8 below zero.
Very cold wind chills expected. The cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin. Expect wind chills to range from 10 above zero to 10 below zero for portions of Middle Tennessee.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service reports cold arctic air will persist across Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as Middle Tennessee tonight, New Year Day and into Tuesday.
Steady winds ushering in this cold air will begin to drop wind chill values below zero New Years Eve with some locations approaching -5 degrees by midnight.
By the morning hours of New Years Day, most of the mid-state may see wind chill values below -5 degrees.
2 to 4 Inches of Snow Possible; Wind Chill from Zero to 10 below Zero
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service in Nashville has issued a wind chill advisory, which is in effect from 3:00am to 9:00am CST Sunday for Clarksville-Montgomery County and all of Middle Tennessee.
A winter storm watch has also been issued. This winter storm watch is in effect from Sunday evening through Monday evening.
A wind chill advisory means that very cold air and strong winds will combine to generate low wind chills.
Montgomery County, TN – The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for the Clarksville-Montgomery County area for Monday night, January 27th through Tuesday, January 28th.
Low wind chills are expected across Middle Tennessee tonight as another cold arctic airmass continues to settle across the area tonight in the wake of an arctic cold front that moved through earlier this morning. «Read the rest of this article»
They are advising that wet roadways will turn to black ice during the evening and overnight as air temperatures plunge to the low single digits, with wind chills going to a brutal -15 to a -20 below zero! «Read the rest of this article»
Despite the near-balmy mid-40s temperatures today, the cold is coming. Bitter cold.
This frost/freeze map posted on Intellicast, a weather forecasting service, indicated bright blue in every single state on the continental U.S. Only Southern California, the very edges of the Gulf states, and the southern tip of Florida will be unaffected by sub-freezing tempertures over the next few days. «Read the rest of this article»
Winter is officially here, whipping in at 6:04 a.m., and while today may be cold, tomorrow (December 22) will be brutally cold.
According to the National Weather Service, which issued a special weather statement this morning, a cold arctic air mass is about to sweep into the mid-state region bringing with it the coldest temperatures in six years by Monday morning. That statement includes a forecast for dangerous wind chill levels. While northern folks are used to such frigid weather and ready for it, Tennesseans are going to have bundle up in a way that they are not used to.
A predicted northwest wind gusting to near 30 mph this afternoon and temperatures will be hard-pressed to hit the 30 degree mark. Wind child readings (the “feels like” temperature) will dip into the teens, falling into single digits across much of the region. Wind chill readings could hit -5 — yes, five below zero. A wind chill advisory could be issued later today. «Read the rest of this article»
It is snowing. Lightly. Soft flurries that dance to the earth, not in the wild frenzy of a winter storm but rather, in a time-honored waltz that whispers “I’m here, come out and walk with me!” So what if it is -4. There is no wind, ergo, no wind chill.
A half hour before, I unfurled myself from the toasty warmth of wooley blankets and prepared to meet the day. Destination: computer lab. I step from my dorm to the outdoors when the magic of that gentle snow happened. In the lamplight, the ground (which is measured in feet of snow) sparkled with the crystalline glitter of well chilled granular snow, diamonds and shards of silver reflecting light. From the low roofline of the Clockhouse (below) icicles are measured by the yard, growing downward, earthbound and more weighty with each new inch.
I am the only one up and about, just me, with a fleece scarf loosely hung around my neck, my wool coat still unbuttoned, gloves neatly folded in the pocket. «Read the rest of this article»
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