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The Clarksville area forecast for December 30th, 2013

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A cold front moved through the Clarksville area last night and a few flurries are left over in the Clarksville area this morning. There will eventually be breaks in the clouds this afternoon as high pressure moves in but temperatures will remain chilly as highs will be in the lower to middle thirties. Clear skies will continue into New Years Eve as high pressure remains over the area with temperatures slightly rebounding into the forties tomorrow and the fifties on New Year's Day. For those going out to New Year's Eve events in Nashville, skies are expected to remain mostly clear with overnight temperatures falling through the thirties by midnight with an overnight low in the middle twenties by Wednesday morning. Another system will move from the Gulf of Mexico overnight Wednesday into the day Thursday bringing mostly cloudy skies to the region with a risk for a rain or snow shower.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Monday: A mix of sun and clouds with a few flurries. High: 34

Monday night: Mostly clear. Low: 23

Tuesday: Mainly sunny. High: 41

New Year's Eve: Mostly clear. Low: 26

New Year's Day: Mostly sunny during the day, increasing clouds overnight. High: Lower 50s Low: Near 30

Thursday: An isolated rain or snow shower early, otherwise partly cloudy skies. High: Lower 30s Low: Middle teens

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