By ALEXANDER WILLIS
After what was an unusually warm few days for the winter season, freezing temperatures are expected to return to Williamson County Thursday night, along with them a chance of thunderstorms and strong winds of up to 30 miles per hour.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Williamson County all the way until Tuesday, with temperatures expected to drop from a comfortable 75 degrees Thursday midday, to a low of 30 that same night. Thursday night will also see a chance of a thunderstorm before 1 a.m., with chances of rain at 100 until around 2 a.m.
Friday will see clear skies and highs around 40 degrees before plummeting to around 20 degrees later that night. Saturday and Sunday will continue to see clear skies, with temperatures bouncing between the low 30s and 40s, before things start to warm up again Monday with temperatures expected to be in the mid 50s.
This comes shortly after Williamson County experienced a taste of the arctic last week, when an arctic cold front brought temperatures down in Middle Tennessee to the single digits. While it likely won’t get that cold again this winter season, residents may still want to remember their coats for any outdoor plans.
For more details on the week’s forecast, visit the National Weather Service page for Williamson County by clicking here.