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The Clarksville area forecast for January 6th, 2014

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A strong cold front has moved through the Clarksville area yesterday and has caused temperatures to drop drastically. The morning low temperature was 4 at Outlaw Field, and the high for today is not expected to move much as today's expected high will be 6. The coldest temperature of the current season is expected overnight tonight as the low is expected to be one degree below zero early tomorrow morning. The cold weather will continue through the day tomorrow as highs will be in the middle teens. For the end of the workweek, another system will move through the region Wednesday night into Thursday morning and could bring some icy conditions to the region. The positive is the cold air will temporarily move out as highs will be in the fifties by the weekend.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Monday: Mostly sunny. Breezy and cold. High: 6

Monday night: Mainly clear. Cold. Low: -1

Tuesday: Sunny and cold. High: 20

Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Low: 14

Wednesday: Mostly sunny during the day, increasing clouds overnight. A risk for freezing rain or sleet overnight. High: Upper 30s Low: Upper 20s

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with sleet and freezing rain showers, mainly in the morning. Plain rain showers overnight. Chance of precipitation 40%. High: Lower 40s Low: Middle 30s



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