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The Clarksville area forecast for New Year's Day, 2014

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A sunny start to the new year is expected for the Clarksville area today as high temperatures are expected to be in the middle forties. This will change though overnight as a cold front moves through the area and brings isolated showers that will change to snow showers overnight. The snow is expected to continue into the day Thursday with up to an inch of accumulation possible. Temperatures on Thursday will continue to drop throughout the day before bottoming out in the middle teens by early Friday morning. Looking ahead to the first weekend of 2014, clouds are expected to increase as another frontal system moves through the region bringing rain and snow showers to the region Sunday night into Monday.

Here is the Clarksville area forecast:

New Year's Day: Mainly sunny. High: 47

Wednesday night: Increasing clouds with isolated rain showers, changing over to snow showers. Chance of precipitation 40%. Low: 31

Thursday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with scattered snow showers, mainly in the morning. Chance of precipitation 50%. Around an inch of snow expected. High: 31

Thursday night: Partly cloudy and cold. Low: 14

Friday: Mainly sunny. High: Upper 20s Low: Near 20

Saturday: Increasing clouds. High: Middle 40s Low: Lower 30s



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