Second round of rain on the way; cold temps bring a chill to Halloween

Posted at 8:52 PM, Oct 28, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — It's not too late to switch your costume to 'hairy gorilla' or 'Eskimo'or at the very least maybe plan to stuff some hand warmers into your little trick-or-treaters pockets.

Temperatures are expected to be bone chilling cold by Thursday night. Expect temperatures to be in the upper 30s and lower 40s by 7pm Thursday night with a brisk Northwest wind around 10-15 mph. This will take wind chill values all the way down to lower 30s as kids get ready to pound the pavement.

The cold air comes courtesy of a cold front that will bring scattered showers and storms to your Wednesday.

Expect rain to come through in waves on Wednesday, with the first wave arriving by daybreak Wednesday morning. The best chance for storms comes Wednesday afternoon and evening as our goose-bump worthy cold front closes in. The storm prediction center has our area in a marginal risk for severe storms Wednesday (level 1 out of 5) with damaging wind the main threat