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The Clarksville area forecast for March 16th, 2014

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A strong system will make its way through the Clarksville area today bringing scattered showers to the region. The best chance for precipitation will mainly be in the morning, but scattered showers will continue to fall throughout the day. A breezy northwest wind will bring colder air into the region and will cause temperatures to be in the thirties by Sunday night. Overnight Sunday, temperatures will fall below freezing and a risk for sleet and freezing rain is expected. Currently, little to no ice accumulation is expected, but some slick spots are possible Monday morning. Temperatures will warm for the upcoming workweek as temperatures will increase into the sixties with partly cloudy skies.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Sunday: Scattered showers. Chance of precipitation 80%. Breezy. High: 45

Sunday night: Mostly cloudy with isolated showers, changing to a mix of freezing rain and sleet near midnight. Little to no ice accumulation expected. Chance of precipitation 30%. Low: 28

Monday: A risk for freezing drizzle early, otherwise partly cloudy skies. High: 48

Monday night: Partly cloudy. Low: 33

Tuesday: A mix of sun and clouds. High: Lower 60s Low: Middle 40s

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with a risk of a shower. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: Lower 60s Low: Upper 30s



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