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Old 11-04-2007, 10:16 PM
 
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Any winter weather predictions from you long term Nashvillians? I've only been here 8 years, but I can't remember it getting this cold in October/November. Last year seemed pretty mild until about Feb. then the temperature dropped significantly.

I saw NOAA predicts no change in the weather in our region from prior year, but I want to see what the common man thinks.

Me? I think I am going to freeze to death again this year. But then again I grew up on the Gulf Coast and I think I am going to freeze to death every time the temperature drops below 60.
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Old 11-04-2007, 10:35 PM
 
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To me the cool weather has been late in coming. I don't even think we're had an official frost yet here in Nashville (have we?). Some of the morning lately have been chilly but then it's quickly gotten in the 60's or even 70's. To me that's still fairly warm for late October and early November.
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Old 11-05-2007, 08:01 AM
 
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I'm north of Nashville. According to the wether this morning, it's going to be around 72 today but tomorrow's high will only be 52 with the nighttime temps around 28!!!!!! I feel like I'm back up north again with those kind of temps coming in.
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Old 11-05-2007, 08:57 AM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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Gotta agree with you, ddurkee75! I, myself, am from the Gulf Coast and already KNOW that I'm going to freeze in my never-prepared attire! HAHA! Once it gets in my bones...it's over and there's not defrosting this girl!! Hopefully it'll be like last year -- frozen as can be for ONLY a month.
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Old 11-05-2007, 12:54 PM
 
Location: Brentwood, TN
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The one thing I know about Tennessee weather is it's pretty unpredictable! You could be freezing to death one day in December and be in shorts on Christmas Eve. You just never really know. I do know winters here are mild compared to states more Northern. However, compared to the coast, it definitely does get cold here. It's just for briefer periods. Each month from Dec - Feb might have several really cold days or even a couple of straight weeks of it, but oddly enough, it seems like there's always some relief with quite a few warmer days in there too. I am originally from the Memphis area and moved to Columbus OH for a couple of years. I could not wait to move back to Tennessee (now in Nashville area). It was so cold there. I just could not do a third winter there. It was dreadfully long. It's also weird how 50 degrees here feels so much warmer than 50 degrees farther north.
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Old 11-05-2007, 01:08 PM
 
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Rest assured...whatever the weather will be, our forecasters will predict "the worst winter on record" Mild winter predictions dont get them camera time. Case in point: the hurricane forecast for the last two years.
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Old 11-05-2007, 07:24 PM
 
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To me the cool weather has been late in coming. I don't even think we're had an official frost yet here in Nashville (have we?). Some of the morning lately have been chilly but then it's quickly gotten in the 60's or even 70's. To me that's still fairly warm for late October and early November.
No hard frost yet, my allergies are still killing me

Our weather has been wacky all year, who knows what kind of weather we'll get? 52 degrees isn't bad, thats sweatshirt weather.
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