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Last Map Update: Sat, Feb. 25, 2017 at 11:39:31 pm CST

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Tonight: A hard freeze is expected tonight, with low temperatures dropping into the middle 20s most areas. If you've set any tender plants outside during the recent warm spell, you'll definitely want to to bring them indoors tonight. It may have felt like spring over recent days, but the calendar still says it's winter. #tnwx #Nashville#Clarksville #Crossville
Sunday: Sunny and dry weather is expected, along with seasonably cool temperatures mainly in the lower and middle 50s. #tnwx #Nashville#Clarksville #Crossville
Sunday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy, with showers developing-- mainly over western areas. Lows mostly around 40 degrees. #tnwx #Nashville #Clarksville #Crossville
Climate data for February 25th. #tnwx #Clarksville #Nashville #Crossville


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Middle Tennessee Weather History

On February 25, 1894...
One of the most severe snowstorms in Middle Tennessee's history produces record accumulations at Carthage and Palmetto (15"), Byrdstown and Lynnville (14"), and Franklin (11"). Lesser amounts are measured at Nashville (9.7"), Clarksville (9"), Waynesboro (7"), and Hohenwald (6.5").

On February 25, 1918...
Wind gust of 60 mph is recorded at Nashville.