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There is the possibility of some strong to severe thunderstorms developing across Middle Tennessee during the evening hours. Strongest storms are expected to be generally east of I-65. The main concerns with any strong to severe thunderstorms that do develop will be gusty strong to damaging winds and large hail. The formation of a tornado or two or localized flooding can not totally be ruled out, but the overall threat is low. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville #SevereWeatherSafety
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Today: Breezy and unseasonably warm with record high temperatures. Highs will range from the mid 70s Plateau...upper 70s to near 80 elsewhere. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Climate data for February 24th. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. A good chance of showers and thunderstorms before 2 am. Turning colder after midnight. Lows mid to upper 30s the mid 40s southern Plateau. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
Saturday: Partly cloudy and cold. Highs in the 40's. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
Record high temperatures may be possible today across Middle Tennessee today under partly cloudy skies. However, a strong cold front will move quickly across the mid state this evening resulting in scattered to numerous light to moderate showers and thunderstorms. Some of these thunderstorms could be strong to severe with strong to damaging winds and large hail the main concerns. Strong surface high pressure influences will build in behind this frontal passage from the Rockies, resulting in dry conditions and a return to seasonal normal temperatures for the end of February over the weekend. Unfortunately, this will be rather short lived, as a warmup will again occur through at least the first half of next work week. with increasing chances of mainly light showers Monday into Tuesday. Another frontal passage will occur on Wednesday, with light to moderate rainfall possible as numerous showers and scattered thunderstorms will also be possible. This frontal passage will again lead to yet again another strong surface high pressure system moving out of the Rockies, providing again dry conditions, with a return to seasonal temperatures yet again for the later half of next work week. #tnwx #middletnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville #WeeklyPlanner


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On February 24, 1967...
Record lows for this date are set at both Nashville (10 degrees) and Crossville (2 degrees).