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Setting unusual weather records As Allison mentioned below, Monday and Tuesday were record “minimum maximum” temperatures in Nashville. The clouds and rain were the reason for the cool weather, but I was impressed by the severity of the chill (for this time of year). The 58° high temperature we registered in Nashville on Tuesday was the earliest late-summer day in the 50s in our 140 year weather history. With 1.18″ of rain, we also set a record for most rainfall for the date (September 6th). I thought it was interesting that there was only a 2° temperature spread through the day - the low was 56° and the high was 58° - showing just how much a thick layer of clouds, rain, and a north wind will limit the sun’s ability to warm us up.
Originally posted by Ellis1234
Where i live in the UK its become the norm for it to rain heavily, be sunny and really windy in the same day but not at the same time.