Thanksgiving Day has brought Middle Tennessee a variety of weather – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-11-25 18:27:15 –

Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) – Thanksgiving has brought a great variety of weather conditions over the years. After all, temperatures can fluctuate considerably in November. Let’s take a look at the high temperatures of the last 10 Thanksgiving. It takes 5 years at a time.

From 2011 to 2016, thermometers varied considerably from year to year, with fairly mild Thanksgiving reaching 72 degrees in 2011, 2012, and especially in 2015.

But look at 2013 and 2014. The highs were only lows in the mid-40s.

And from 2016 to 2020, there were five consecutive near-normal Thanksgiving, and the average maximum temperature for the last two weeks of November lasted from the late 50s to the mid-50s by the end of the month.

But what about Thanksgiving snow? Looking back at the archive, there was no significant snowfall on Thanksgiving itself.

But what do you think happened last year? Do you remember this just four days after Thanksgiving?

Snow in Nashville and the I-65 Corridor was less than 1/2 inch, but in many parts of the east it snowed 1/2 inch to 1 inch.

The northern plateau around Jamestown was 3-4 inches.

Lauren Badger’s Shelbyville

In these eastern regions, there were quite a few snow blankets, as you can see in this photo from Shelbyville by Lauren Badger.

Overton County, Tina Ayers

In the Hillham community in Overton County, snow beautifully complemented the Christmas wreath on the barn door behind this photo of Tina Ayers.

Amy New Cookeville

In Cookeville, Lily Kate showed her “Bob the Snowman,” as you can see in this photo of Amy New.

Franklin of Bluebird Manor Farm

And this is one of my favorites! A donkey named Etta James who comes to say “hello” to Franklin’s Bluebird Manor Farm camera.

So, although we didn’t see much snow on Thanksgiving itself, it was known to bring white stuff here in central Tennessee from time to time in November.

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