Patchy fog could be a problem overnight tonight and early Wednesday morning.
Look for decreasing clouds into the late morning hours. Temperatures will reach the middle 70s by the lunch hour with afternoon highs in the lower 80s. Winds will shift to the south and tree pollen will fill the air once more.
Overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning that same south wind will slowly increase the humidity and begin to provide the fuel for thunderstorms that will come our way late Thursday. We are watching the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms across the Tennessee Valley late Thursday into Friday morning.
Right now the threat is conditional based on any storm development along the Gulf Coast that could work to block our threat for the most intense storms. If it doesn’t block it completely it could at least delay it until the overnight hours. All forms of severe weather will be possible if the storms do get going on Thursday.
Saturday and Sunday look great with highs in the 70s. More storms could arrive with very heavy rain and damaging winds on Monday. Keep checking back. The long range forecast models continue to show an active spring severe weather pattern all across the Southeast.
First Alert Chief Meteorologist