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The Clarksville area forecast for February 10th, 2014

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An upper level disturbance will move across the Clarksville area today bringing the risk for a few snow showers. Precipitation is not expected to be heavy and no snow accumulation is expected with this system as is passes through. Temperatures are expected to remain chilly for the beginning of the week as highs will be in the twenties with lows in the teens. Heading into the middle of the week, a system will develop along the Gulf coast and will move north and east through eastern Tennessee. This system may have a few rain or snow showers spread over the region Wednesday evening, but once again little to no snow accumulation is expected. The wintry weather will be short lived as highs are expected to climb to near fifty by the end of the workweek.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Monday: Partly to mostly cloudy with a risk for a snow shower. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: 27

Monday night: Partly clear. Low: 15

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds. High: 29

Tuesday night: Partly cloudy. Low: 13

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with a risk for rain and snow showers. Chance of precipitation 30%. High: Middle 30s Low: Near 20

Thursday: Mostly sunny. High: Near 50 Low: Middle 20s

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