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Today’s Forecast

45º | Partly cloudy | 0% chance of rain | Sunrise 6:35 a.m. | Sunset 4:33 p.m.

 
Do you feel that chill in the air?
A view of  Lake Watauga with snow surrounding the Parthenon in the distance on a clear day.
We’re taking a look at what the winter season may bring. | Photo by @lukethroughmylens
We know the question on your mind, Music City — when’s it going to get cold?

Thanks to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center, we know what temperatures and precipitation trends to expect in our city for December, January, and February.

While exact weather conditions typically can’t be predicted more than a week in advance, here’s a seasonal outlook to help you prepare for what winter will bring.

Reminder: The first day of winter is on Thursday, Dec. 21.

🌡️ Temperature

Think warm. This winter, Nashville has a 33-40% chance of temperatures being higher than normal.

🌨️ Precipitation

Our city is predicted to experience ordinary snow and rainfall amounts for the season.

☀️ Drought

Drought conditions are expected to persist but improve this season.

A seasonal temperature outlook with a graph of the United States withe certain states highlighted in different shades of orange.

Here’s what you can expect this winter.

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Graphic via NOAA

December’s deal

Typically in Nashville, December’s temperatures fluctuate between an average low of 35.6° and an average high of 48.9°, but expect to see those temperatures leaning on the higher side this season.

Jump into January

Bust out the ear muffs and bundle up in January. This month’s notably consistent high speed wind of 7.9 mph contributes to the chill factor. You’ll see an average high of 44.1° and low of 30.6°, making it the coldest month historically.

It’s also the month with the most snowfall (~4.7 days), so if you’ve been putting off those new tires, now might be the time.

February’s forecast

January and February hold similar forecasts, with only a slight change in temperature. Average highs usually hit 49.5° with lows dipping to 34.7°. The good news? The chill will check out as spring begins sprouting by March.
 
Asked
 
The most wonderful time of year to get out and explore the city is…

A. Spring
B. Summer
C. Fall
D. Winter
 
 
Events
 
Monday, Nov. 27
Tuesday, Nov. 28
  • Mission Pizza Pop-Up | Tuesday, Nov. 28 | 5-10 p.m. | St. Vito Focacceria, 605 Mansion St. | Cost of purchase | Mission Pizza from Winston Salem, NC joins St. Vito for a collaborative dinner service.
  • Ernest | Tuesday, Nov. 28-Wednesday, Nov. 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Ryman Auditorium, 116 Rep. John Lewis Way N. | $37+ | The artist will be joined by special guests Jake Worthington and Cody Lohden.
Wednesday, Nov. 29
  • Evaluating Connect Downtown | Wednesday, Nov. 29 | 5:30-7 p.m. | Civic Design Center, 138 2nd Ave. N. #106 | Free | Learn about the the downtown traffic plan and give feedback to inform the final designs.
  • Arkansauce and Fireside Collective | Wednesday, Nov. 29 | 7 p.m. | Analog at Hutton Hotel, 1808 West End Ave. | $19+ | A night of complex melodies, intriguing rhythms, and deep thumping bass grooves.
Thursday, Nov. 30
Friday, Nov. 31
  • Tennessee Local Food Summit | Friday, Dec. 1-Sunday, Dec. 3 | Cumberland University, 1 Cumberland Dr., Lebanon | $30+ | This year’s conference invites farmers, gardeners, educators, and others to connect and work together to build a more resilient community food network.
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News Notes
 
Open
  • A new boutique hotel opened in downtown’s historic 1901 Liberty Bank and Trust building — 421 Union St. Note by Mint House offers two- and four-bedroom units with full kitchens, in-unit washer/dryer, and penthouse views. (Nashville Post)
Sports
  • The Tennessee Titans remain undefeated at home after yesterday’s 17-10 win over the Carolina Panthers. Derrick Henry scored two touchdowns and became the 38th player in NFL history to reach 9,000 career rushing yards. The Titans play the Colts on Sunday, Dec. 3. Score tickets.
Announced
  • Vanderbilt QB Ken Seals will enter the transfer portal. In his four seasons with the Commodores, Seals appeared in 27 games, including 10 this season, and had 22 career starts. The team’s 2023 season came to an end Saturday after a 48-24 loss against Tennessee. (The Tennessean)
Plan Ahead
  • The 2024 LIV Golf tour is coming to Williamson County next summer. The Grove will host a tournament the weekend of June 21-23. Other US stops include Las Vegas, Houston + West Virginia. (The Tennessean)
Eat
  • Mojo’s Tacos is expanding in Williamson County. The taco shop’s third location will open in early 2024 in the former Pork Belly Farmhouse building at 7263 Nolensville Pk. Stay tuned for the opening date.
Cause
  • In celebration of Giving Tuesday, Loveless Cafe is participating in the GiftAMeal initiative tomorrow, Nov. 28. How it works: Snap a photo of your meal, share it on the app, and GiftAMeal will make a donation to a local food bank.
Travel
  • The holidays are here. Luxuriate in the season with festive events, winter workshops, delicious farm-to-table food + peaceful nights at Shaker Village, Kentucky’s largest National Historic Landmark — it’s beyond worth the trip. Plan your visit.*
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Shop
  • Give the gift of grooming this holiday season (and save big). Take 25% off sitewide during MANSCAPED’s Cyber Monday sale and shop best-sellers like The Lawn Mower® 5.0 Ultra body hair trimmer, The Performance Package 5.0 Ultra full-body grooming kit, and the stocking stuffer-worthy Body Buffer silicone scrubber.*
 
 
Seasonal
 
✨ ‘Tis the season
A tree with purple shining lights
See this 48-ft LED tree at Tanger Outlets Nashville. | Photo by NASHtoday
Nashville will soon be a little brighter with the lighting of the city’s 30-ft Norway spruce at Public Square Park.

Attend the annual lighting ceremony on Friday, Dec. 1 at 5:30 p.m. to see 5,500 lights illuminate the tree. The event will also feature performances by singer and actor Grace Leer and the Andrew Jackson Elementary School choir.

Bonus: Bring an unwrapped toy for the MNPD’s Christmas Basket Program.

Looking for other tree lightings? These local and regional events will have you feeling festive.
 
The Buy
 
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The Wrap
 
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From the editor
What do you get when you mix science with sugar? Find out at the Adventure Science Center’s Wonka-themed Way Late Play Date on Friday, Dec. 1. The 21+ after-hours event features science demonstrations and specialty cocktails.
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