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Wind chill advisory LIFTED

Wind chill advisory LIFTED

/National Weather Service

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Wind Chill Advisory is lifted for Middle Tennessee as we slowly begin to thaw from the extended freeze.

According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Trevor Boucher, “We’re going to have to go one more day with temperatures below freezing,” he said, adding that temperatures will steadily climb through the week. “We forecast the high on Wednesday to be in the upper 30s, and temperatures will move up steadily to the 60s by the weekend,” Boucher said.

See the Clarksvillenow.com seven day forecast.

The freeze is still a problem for air travelers. Thousands of flights nationwide are cancelled, including flights from Nashville to Chicago, New York, and Cleveland. Others to Florida and New Orleans are delayed. Check flight status at flynashville-dot-com.

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