A few light showers remain possible for the early evening hours. Overnight tonight expect areas of dense fog to develop. Temperatures will start the day in the lower 60s before warming into the lower 80s. I don’t expect to see much rain at all for Tuesday and Wednesday.
We have been tracking the first significant cold front of the season for about four days now. This front will move in over the weekend. Right now we are still working on the exact timing of the front. Ahead of the front expect scattered showers and thunderstorms with some locally heavy rain possible. Right now it appears the best chance for rain will come late Saturday into Sunday morning. Ahead of the front highs will remain in the lower to middle 80s with an increase in the southerly wind.
Behind the front temperatures will likely stay in the 60s for afternoon highs Sunday and Monday. Morning lows could be in the upper 40s in many areas Monday and or Tuesday of next week. Stay tuned for changes in the timing with this cold front in the coming days.
As it looks right now, any threat of severe weather with this cold front will remain well north and west of the Tennessee Valley.
Have a great night.
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