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The Clarksville area forecast for March 4th, 2014

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A chilly night last night caused many roads to refreeze this morning, but with partly to mostly sunny skies, the road crews will have a chance to get ahead of the ice and continue to plow and salt the roads. Temperatures today are expected to warm to above freezing as highs will be in the middle thirties. Sunny conditions are expected to continue through the day tomorrow as mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the middle forties will tremendously melt most of the sleet and snow in the region. Heading into the end of the workweek, another system may make its way through the middle Tennessee region bringing a risk for showers, mixing with sleet at times. Currently models remain split on the forecast as one brings precipitation in for Thursday while the other keeps it to the south and east. Friday looks to be a sunny day as this system moves in with temperatures approaching fifty.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny. High: 35

Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Low: 20

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 46

Wednesday night: Partly cloudy. Low: 28

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a risk for isolated rain showers, possibly mixing with sleet at times. Chance of precipitation 20%. High: Lower 40s Low: Middle 20s

Friday: Mostly sunny. High: Upper 40s Low: Middle 30s



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