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The Clarksville area forecast for April 15th, 2014

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After a rainy start to the workweek, skies will begin to clear with temperatures remaining chilly as highs for today will be in the upper forties. Skies will clear tonight and the winds will calm down causing temperatures to drop into the twenties overnight and a hard frost to develop over the area. Any sensitive vegetation that just started to sprout will need to be covered Tuesday night to prevent the temperatures from harming the plants. Temperatures will rebound on Wednesday back into the sixties Wednesday into Thursday as a southwest breeze develops over the area. A weak front will move through the region on Friday bringing a few showers, but skies will clear for the weekend with temperatures remaining in the upper sixties to lower seventies.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds. Breezy and cool. High: 48

Tuesday night: Mostly clear and cold. Low: 26

Wednesday: Areas of frost in the morning, otherwise mostly sunny skies. High: 60

Wednesday night: Mainly clear. Low: 38

Thursday: Mostly sunny during the day, becoming partly cloudy overnight. High: Upper 60s Low: Middle 40s

Friday: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Chance of precipitation 50%. High: Upper 60s Low: Near 50

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