Good morning, Nashville. We were all excited to pull out our fall sweaters this week as temperatures dipped into the 30s, but as Nashville weather is wont to do, highs will be in the mid- to upper-80s for the next few days. Because Oktoberfest just wouldn’t be Oktoberfest without some risk of a heat stroke, right?
- Ready for whatever. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is scrambling to open their doors by New Year’s Eve, and this time they’re making sure they’re ready for the next big flood by installing ground water alarms and built-in sump pumps in the basement.
- CMApocalypse now. This summer’s volunteer-driven CMA Fest raised a combined $2.9 million for flood relief and music education, and they were finally able to turn over the check. The sum represents all 100% of the proceeds from this summer’s festival.
- Bits & pieces. The Opry Mills Forever 21 is packing up and moving to the Cool Springs Galleria … Be prepared for some new construction on Hillsboro, but thankfully not in the Green Hills section … A woman staying at a hotel in Donelson set her bed on fire and caused all the guests to be evacuated … And we’re very proud of you guys for voting the Nashville WeatherPenis as the best Facebook page in the Nashville Scene’s Best of Nashville poll.
Photo by Brad Smith.
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